Been exceptionally ailing. Anybody know what these symptoms could be?
This has been going on for seven months and doctors dont seem to know whats wrong.I bring a very hot very quick and usually hold diarrhea with terrible pains in my stomach. Yesterday whilst at the train station i come over all hot and had burning pains in my stomach and feel sick, i felt all faint and lost my verbs and had really bad tingling in my fingers. After just about ten minutes i was back to normal but newly felt very weak. If any one have had these symptoms and have any idea what could be wrong i would really appreciate the counsel. Doctors thought it was ibs but the tablets they have been given me engineer no difference so i dont think it is ibs.
Have you ever be tested for gluten intolerance or celiac disease? I had similar symptoms to what you describe - I would get hot and clammy with horribly unpromising stomachaches and I was always bloated. Your doctor can give you a simple blood examination to test for gluten sensitivity.
Gluten intolerance can cause a large variety of symptoms, most of which are gastrointestinal in nature (diarrhea, bloating, etc), but can also cause numbness and tingling contained by your hands and feet, anemia and anxiety (both of which could make you perceive faint - have you ever checked your heart rate?). Also, if you have diarrhea normally, you are probably dehydrated. This can also make you feel woozy and dizzy.
A recent study found the prevalence of celiac disease in Americans to be close to one in every 133 people! Source(s): I've be gluten free for over two months now, and I feel SO MUCH BETTER.
Your symptoms sound like they could enjoy a psychological origin. Why don't you give it a try and visit a psychologist?
Irritable bowel syndrome* (IBS) is a “syndrome,” meaning a group of symptoms. The most common symptoms of IBS are abdominal discomfort or discomfort often reported as cramping, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and/or constipation. IBS affects the colon, or large bowel, which is the part of the digestive tract that stores stool.
IBS is not a disease. It’s a functional disorder, description that the bowel doesn’t work, or function, correctly.
What causes IBS?
Doctors are not sure what causes IBS. The nerves and muscles in the bowel appear to be extra sensitive surrounded by people with IBS. Muscles may contract too much when you eat. These contractions can produce cramping and diarrhea during or shortly after a meal. Or the nerves may react when the bowel stretches, causing cramping or anguish.
IBS can be painful. But it does not damage the colon or other parts of the digestive system. IBS does not lead to other condition problems.
What are the symptoms of IBS?
The main symptoms of IBS are
abdominal pain or discomfort in the tummy, often relieved by or associated with a bowel movement
chronic diarrhea, constipation, or a combination of both
Other symptoms are
whitish mucus in the stool
a swollen or bloated belly
the feeling that you have not finished a bowel movement
Women with IBS normally have more symptoms during their menstrual periods.
How is IBS treated?
IBS has no cure, but you can do things to relieve symptoms. Treatment may involve
You may have to try a few things to see what works best for you. Your doctor can facilitate you find the right treatment plan.
Some foods and drinks make IBS worse.
Foods and drinks that may cause or worsen symptoms include
fatty foods, like french fries
milk products, similar to cheese or ice cream
caffeinated drinks, like coffee and some sodas
carbonated drinks, like soda
Some foods bring in IBS better
Fiber may reduce the constipation associated with IBS because it makes stool soft and easier to go beyond. Fiber is found in foods such as breads, cereals, beans, fruits, and vegetables.
I also have IBS so I know what I'm conversation about .I'm on Cimetidine. Source(s): professional nurse
try looking up ulcerative colitis.. maybe its that. my dad have that and gets the pain and diarrhea and somtimes blood in his stool. im not sure in the region of the loss of vision though. but at least google that.