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Suggest treatment for severe abdominal pain, headache and chest pain

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Posted on Mon, 18 Jul 2016
Question: I have abdominal pain, chest pain, and headache during daytime, but they resolve during nightime. What could this be? It is so debilitating I couldn't function during daytime. How do you treat this?

symptoms

feels like my blood is being poisoned
headache that makes me barely able to open my eyes
chest pain fast heart rate
stomach tightening pain
stomach cramps
loose tissue on chest
no appetite
resolves at night, intense at daytime
easily get startled
sensitive to pain and distress
sensitive to medicine
weight loss from 170 lbs in nov 2014 to 140 lbs in jun 2016
twitching eyes
ground moves constantly
tired and anxious
heart rate always high 90-164 bpm during day, lower at night
feels like something is pushing down on my head
dizzy
gets tired easily
sensitive to medicine
sensitive to sound
gets easily startled
bloody stools




abnormal tests:
potassium channel antibody
low thyroglobulin
Polyclonal hypergammaglobulinemia
consistently high sedimentation rate erythrocyte
potassium borderline low????????


suspected diagnoses

candidiasis
dysbiosis
blood infection
brain infection
heart infection
stomach infection
hypercortisolemia
hypothyroidism
hashimoto disease
graves disease
wernike korsakof syndrome
blood poisoning
hypertestosteronism
crohns
colitis
celiac
hypokalemia
diabetes
hypoglycemia
irritable bowel syndrome
inflamatory bowel disease
multiple sclerosis
long qt sydrome
mitral valve prolapse
fibromyalgia
adrenal insuficency
chronic fatigue syndrome
neurotransmitter deficiency
metabolic disorder
parkinsonism
anxiety
hypersensitivity
hyposelenemia
hypomagnesemia
diurnal mood variation
nerve damage abdomen chest head
abdominal aortic aneurysm
lyme disease
malabsorption disease
supraventicular tachycardia
asthma
atrial fibrillation
diurnal mood syndrome
hypersensitivity


I was able to resolve my anxiety with lorazepam, metorprolol, and sertraline before. But my psychiatrist added geodon, and it gave me akathisia and restless legs, so then he gave me cogentin, and it made suffer severe constipation and it left me very dry.

I was admitted to a psych ward for having severe akathisia and restless legs. They gave me cogentin. Several nights there, I woke up drenched in sweat even though the air was cold and the air conditioning was full blast.


Few months later, I was suffering from severe constipation and I had an acute colitis after waking up in the middle of the night and I went to the ER. They gave me antibiotics.


I went to the ER with the same stomach pain, chest pain, and headache. They injected me with iodine IV for the CT scan and my heart rate went as high as 164 bpm.

Right now, I am very sensitive to medicine. I cannot tolerate the doses of medicine that I was being able to before.

Currently, I am only taking low doses of metoprolol, lorazepam, occasionally prilosec and colace.


Could the inguinial hernia be causing the blood abnormalities and thus the symptoms?



I have been seeing a lot of doctors already and they cannot give me a definite diagnosis.



Attached are the blood tests from various hospitals I went to.
















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Answered by Dr. Jawahar Ticku (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
ANXIETY NEUROSIS.

Detailed Answer:
DEAR Bxxxxxxxxxxxxx,
THANKS FOR POSING YOUR PROBLEM. HAVING GONE THROUGH YOUR COMPLETE HISTORY, I UNDERSTAND THAT YOU HAVE SOME ANXIETY DISORDER, THOUGH YOU MAY HESITATE TO ACCEPT IT BUT IT IS ENGRAVED IN YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS MIND. THIS IS THE REASON THAT YOU ARE GETTING ALL THESE SYMPTOMS DURING THE DAY AND AT NIGHT TIME AS YOU ARE AT REST YOUR ALL THESE PROBLEMS VANISH. YOU HAVE ALREADY BEEN TREATED BY A PSYCHIATRIST AND THE MEDICATION PROVIDED BY HIM HAS INITIALLY HELPED YOU. SINCE IT IS A CHRONIC PROGRESSIVE DISORDER THE CHANGE AND PERMUTATION OF MEDICINES IS NEEDED TO KEEP THE DISORDER UNDER CONTROL.
IN ADDITION YOU HAVE DEFINITELY HEMATOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF POLYCLONAL HYPERGAMAGLOBINAEMIA WHICH INCREASES THE BLOOD VISCOSITY AND AGGRAVATES THE PROBLEMS WHICH YOU HAVE DESCRIBED. IN ADDITION TO PSYCHIATRIC COUNSELLING YOU NEED A HEMATOLOGISTS APPROACH AS WELL.
IN SHORT I WILL ADVISE TO REASSURE YOURSELF TO COME OUT OF THE ANXIETY DISORDER, BY BEING STRONG AND BOLD AND TO CONTINUE SYMPTOMATIC SUPPORTIVE TREATMENT FOR THE VAGUE DISTURBING SYMPTOMS. IF YOU SUCCEED IN COMING OUT OF THE ANXIETY DISORDER, YOUR MOST OF THE PROBLEMS WILL VANISH AS THE GAMAGLOBINAEMIA NORMALLY DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY TREATMENT.
PRAY YOU ARE STRONG ENOUGH TO CONTROL YOUR MIND TO BE EMOTIONALLY STRONG AND GET RID OF THE PROBLEM.
TRULY,
DR. J. TICKU

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Veerisetty Shyamkumar
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Should I take aspirin for the blood viscosity problem?
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Answered by Dr. Jawahar Ticku (6 hours later)
Brief Answer:
BLOOD VSCOSITY

Detailed Answer:
DEAR XXXXXXX
THANKS FOR REVERTING.
YES YOU CAN TAKE ASPIRIN WHICH WILL PREVENT YOU FROM ANY COMPLICATING PROBLEM ARISING BY HYPERVISCOSITY. iT IS A GOOD PROPHYLACTIC DRUG. BASIC THING IS TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT HYPERGLOBINAEMIA.
TRULY,
DR. J. TICKU
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Priyanka G Raj
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Suggest treatment for severe abdominal pain, headache and chest pain

Brief Answer: ANXIETY NEUROSIS. Detailed Answer: DEAR Bxxxxxxxxxxxxx, THANKS FOR POSING YOUR PROBLEM. HAVING GONE THROUGH YOUR COMPLETE HISTORY, I UNDERSTAND THAT YOU HAVE SOME ANXIETY DISORDER, THOUGH YOU MAY HESITATE TO ACCEPT IT BUT IT IS ENGRAVED IN YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS MIND. THIS IS THE REASON THAT YOU ARE GETTING ALL THESE SYMPTOMS DURING THE DAY AND AT NIGHT TIME AS YOU ARE AT REST YOUR ALL THESE PROBLEMS VANISH. YOU HAVE ALREADY BEEN TREATED BY A PSYCHIATRIST AND THE MEDICATION PROVIDED BY HIM HAS INITIALLY HELPED YOU. SINCE IT IS A CHRONIC PROGRESSIVE DISORDER THE CHANGE AND PERMUTATION OF MEDICINES IS NEEDED TO KEEP THE DISORDER UNDER CONTROL. IN ADDITION YOU HAVE DEFINITELY HEMATOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF POLYCLONAL HYPERGAMAGLOBINAEMIA WHICH INCREASES THE BLOOD VISCOSITY AND AGGRAVATES THE PROBLEMS WHICH YOU HAVE DESCRIBED. IN ADDITION TO PSYCHIATRIC COUNSELLING YOU NEED A HEMATOLOGISTS APPROACH AS WELL. IN SHORT I WILL ADVISE TO REASSURE YOURSELF TO COME OUT OF THE ANXIETY DISORDER, BY BEING STRONG AND BOLD AND TO CONTINUE SYMPTOMATIC SUPPORTIVE TREATMENT FOR THE VAGUE DISTURBING SYMPTOMS. IF YOU SUCCEED IN COMING OUT OF THE ANXIETY DISORDER, YOUR MOST OF THE PROBLEMS WILL VANISH AS THE GAMAGLOBINAEMIA NORMALLY DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY TREATMENT. PRAY YOU ARE STRONG ENOUGH TO CONTROL YOUR MIND TO BE EMOTIONALLY STRONG AND GET RID OF THE PROBLEM. TRULY, DR. J. TICKU