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Experiencing very tender xyphoid process, pain, blood in stools, nausea, vertigo. What to do ?

I have been experiencing a very tender xyphoid process for over a month now. It is intermittent pain and not EVERYday, but at least 4-5 times a week. I have a hard time sitting up because of the pressure to that area. This morning I had a little blood in my stools and have been feeling nauseated and my xyphoid process is KILLING me. No fever , and have been experiencing vertigo for approx a month. Appetite varies widely from eating everything to eating nothing ...wondering if I need to see a dr. or not. I have no insurance.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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your complaints due to amoebiasis and gas touble but you can advise to take endoscopy and stool examination test to rule out the diagnosis.homeopathy is the best choice for your case.please consult your local homeopathic doctor or mail me
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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