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Abdominal pain, gets distended, have rashes, hair fall, sleeplessness, headaches, constipation, swelling in ankles. Medication?

I have been having many abdominal issues for the past few years. I have a constant pain level of about 4 but sometimes it gets much worse, around 8 or 9 for 3 to 4 weeks. My abdomen gets distended, my skin itches, I can't stand to be touched and now I am having foamy diarrhea. I also have an itchy rash that resembles ringworm but won't stay gone with prescription cream. My hair falls out , my gums and tounge are sore and I have a hard time sleeping. I also have headaches and everything I eat irritates my belly. Have had the diarrhea before jus never foamy. Also, I get constipated easily. My knees have started hurting a lot and my ankles swell and I have a large amount of gas. I have had an upper gi scope, a colonoscopy, a few ct scans of my gall bladder, full blood work up 2ice, h. Pylori test, ultrasound on who knows what. Everything is always negative. I am just not sure where to turn or what to do. Don't want to be treated like a med seaker or like it's "all in my head" anymore
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum.
Thanks for calling H.C.M.Forum.
You have got abdominal pain,some times more. recently you had foamy diarrhoea. There is rash like ring worm, and got cured with cream. You have hair fall, head ache, no sleep, what ever you eat it hurts your stomach.You had gastroscopy, colonoscopy, C.T.scan, gallbladder test, pylori test, and blood work, etc all negative.
At last you came to the point that everything is in your head. Because most of the pains are from the head. As the stomach hurts, there is malnourishment, hair fall, insomnia, etc.
Besides treatment follow some procedures as yoga, meditation, reading books for your interest, and hearing music.
Take food at regular intervals, take more of bland foods like curd, bread, avoid taking spices, junk foods, and oily foods.
though not confirmed avoid taking milk and milk products, and wheat,barley etc.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery.
Best regards.
Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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