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Treatment of irritable bowel syndrome - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Excellent Posted in: IBS(Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
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User :   Hi, Have stomach aches and have had this for 2 months, its getting worse and worse and its situated at the right side just above my hip. I have blod from my bottom when I got to the bathroom and the aches is getting worse and worse. It comes as a sharp pain and its also a smaller pain all the time.
The blood is fresh and today all that came when I went to the bathroom was lots of yellow mucus. The pain is severe all the time, no matter if I move around or not. I dont feel anything when I wash my bottoms. I have been constipated from january to february but I am not right now. I am 23 years old and weigh 72kg, I have lost 8kg from january 2008 'til now. I am female and have normal menstruations.
I can have normal sex since it hurts to bad on the right side, this ias something a gynecologist have checked out and they didn't find any gynecological wrong with me.
Doctor :   pls give me sometime to go thru your history
Doctor :   with the history that you have given it feels more like to be a Diverticulitis/Inflammatory bowel disease
Doctor :   did you pass any maroon colored stool recently?
Doctor :   ru there
Doctor :   did you have any Ultra sound Scan done for the same problem
Doctor :   ru there
Doctor :   I have to close this window since there is no response from your side, please get back to us if you need further medical advice.
User :   Im here now... sorry
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   have you met the surgeon?
Doctor :   Ultra sound Scan if it was done?
User :   Ultra sound is done, showed negative for the appendix (sorry for bad english)
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   any blood tests for worm infestations
User :   yes, negative
Doctor :   or stool tests
Doctor :   ok
User :   negative
Doctor :   any maroon colored stool recently?
User :   yes
Doctor :   do you feel a lump in the area of the pain
Doctor :   ok
User :   yes
Doctor :   Colonoscopy was done for the same
User :   no
Doctor :   how long has the lump been there
User :   since january
Doctor :   sixe of the mass /limp
Doctor :   lump
User :   I have met one doctor but all he says is that he belive its IBS, but the pain is not better after I been to the WC and I am not stressed
Doctor :   ok
User :   its like a bit of the colon is stoned... its about 5cm long and about 3 cm in diameter (sorry about metrics..)
Doctor :   when it started did you have intense pain
Doctor :   ordid it gradually increase
User :   no, its started with smaller pain and some times intesive (about once a week), it gradually increased, now I have sharp pain 3,4 times a day
Doctor :   Your case requires undivided attention and as I am chatting with few other patients, I can get back to you with the necessary information by email or I can give you a Chat appointment.
User :   get back to me in e-mail
Doctor :   o will do that
User :   thanks alot for the help
Doctor :   sure will try to solve your problem sooner
User :   Good bye then
Doctor :   pls fill this form
User :   ok
Doctor :   tell me when you are done ill be waiting for you
User :   ok
Doctor :   are you done with the form
Doctor :   ru there
Doctor :   We shall get back to you with a mail.Thanks for consulting Health care magic. Bye for now.
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