Hi and thanks for the query,
The most important thing in your treatment is actually making a proper diagnosis of what you actually have, and being very compliant to treatment. I would suggest a complete gastrointestinal tract evaluation also be done to exclude peptic ulcer disease
or gastroesophagal reflux disease.
A chest X ray might also be very necessary to exclude a lung infection
. Stool examinations and cultures are actually very appropriate. Complete blood counts in search of raised white blood cells could be suggestive of a generalized bacterial infection.
You need might need to get a reevaluation from your treating physician for the migraines, and maybe book for an appointment with a psychiatrist
for management of anxiety
For now, a complete medical examination by your internist of primary care
physician might be sufficient.
thanks and hope this helps,