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07-07-2017, 04:08 PM   #1
Samkee
 
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Undiagnosed and so confused!

My story so far...
Since birth I have been intolerant to diary. I'm now 30. I avoid it but know if I eat it I'll get D

The last few years I have been convinced I have more intolerances. I was thinking gluten. Sometimes I would eat food and become bloated with really bad tummy pains. It was live withable.

Fast forward... the last two months I have been experiencing my bloated tummy cramps more and more frequesntly. I am so tired all of the time for no reason. I thought it was time to go and see my GP.

I went and she was great. Pressed on my tummy which was very tender. Send me for lots of blood tests to rule everything out and a stool sample.

2 days ago I got the results.. I am slightly anemic, my stool sample came back with calprotectin at 274. She said it was an indication of IBD. She's sending me to a gastroenterologist.

Has anyone had similar experiences? What was the outcome. I'm really scared and worried. I genuinely didn't expect that result.
07-07-2017, 06:40 PM   #2
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Hi. You have come to a very supportive group.
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07-07-2017, 08:06 PM   #3
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Welcome Samkee,

I hope the gastroenterologist can get you feeling better. Keep in touch.


Best regards,

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