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Nausea, vomiting sensation on seeing food, tiredness, diarrhea. History of haemorrhoids, hernia. Causes?

I have been feeling constantly nauseous, where looking at food makes me want to vomit . And I love food so this is a little distressing. I am also fatigued, where i am so tired that I can sleep 14 hours and still feel like I have got no sleep. I have extreme diarrhea . Have not had a hard stool in months. And pain which feels like it follows the path of the ascending, transverse, descending colon and maybe where the kidneys are (in the back). I do have hemorrhoids (from pregnancy) and I do have hernia But was on medication for the hernia.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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With information you have given it is possible that you have chronic diarrhoea and pain may be intestinal colic but if it is going on for 1 month, you should consult a Physician /Gastoenterologist and do a complete workup including CBC,Blood sugar, Liver Function Test,Serum Creatinine level and stool R&M after the result it may be necessary to do a Colonoscopy and biopsy.
Ultrasonography of abdomen to see any other abnormality may be required.
Once cause is detected it can be treated accordingly.
However Hernia and Hemorrhoids may require surgical intervention for which please consult a General Surgeon.
Take care
Good Luck
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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