A few weeks ago I had my colonoscopy, endoscopy and they did remove some polyps. The doctor told my partner that everything looked fine and that they did remove some polyps. The pain I'm experiencing seems to be the "functioning" of my colon. Last week the biopsy came back negative.
Well, I'm a little hesitant about believing what the doctor has said. They didn't find anything in my uncle until 4 months from when the testing started. He was having stomach pains, chest pains, etc. He felt like he was dying.They did a colonoscopy, an endoscopy, CT scans, X-Rays....nothing. Finally he ordered them to do more tests and they found stomach cancer. Now they give him a year to live. He's on heavy chemo right now.
So on the 9th of Sept, what do I tell the doctor? I'm going to get another opinion? Do I start from the beginning? I have had everything done but a Barium enema.
I'm just worried there's something there that he's not seeing. I'm still in the same kind of pain. I went to the state fair a few days ago and what a nightmare. Nothing like going to the bathroom more than hopping to the animal barns! It was awful - basically ruining my partner's time (as we had to leave early).
I will inquire about the following things - the H. pylori, Caltrate Colon Health and Seratonin. I will also ask about my gall bladder. I also may have to go to a nutrionist as I have tried many diets these past 7-8 months. Brown rice seems to work for me but I get a little sick of it.
Perhaps it is my gall bladder. Isn't there a test they do for this...what's it called?
I'm still praying to be normal again. I have my good days and I have my bad days but on my good days I tend to "worry" about why I'm having a good day...then it almost ends up being a bad day too. I'm a mess
Bye for now.