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Old 11-14-2009, 01:12 AM   #1
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Myriad of symptoms

I am experiencing severe abdominal pain on almost a daily basis. I ache all over, have spells of dizziness, burning sensation in my thighs at night time, and occasional bouts of uncontrollable shaking. I often feel feverish and can't sleep.

I have been poked and prodded, doctor says my blood tests are normal (including a test for cancer), he can't find anything on chest/abdominal x-rays, has scheduled me for a colonscopy.

I have had several ERCPs, had my gall bladder removed two years ago. All of these symptoms have presented themselves in the past six months.

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Old 11-14-2009, 12:47 PM   #2
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Re: Myriad of symptoms

As a starter,I would request an anti-anxiety med.A regular doc can prescribe one.I have used Lorazapam,and it was great for me. 22 million presc.were filled in 2008 for this med.
per AARP Oct '09 issue. So don't feel you are alone in this. Best of luck...Bill

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