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Back and abdominal pain, irregular bowels, blurred vision, headaches. Causes for symptoms?

I have had back pain abdominal pain and irregular bowel movements also blurred vision which is getting worse and I m getting headaches more and more that won t go away but they seem to stay at the same pain level all over mainly worse on the left front top side of my head my body pain is getting worse and my back is starting to click or grind when I walk. What do you think could be the cause
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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You have many symptoms which do not sound as though they are directly related other than that stress or certain intestinal infections can be the cause. Your abdominal symptoms sound like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (a functional disturbance of the colon). Your headache sounds typical of a cluster/tension headache . The clicking of the body might be arthritis.
You must see a doctor to examine you, and possibly send away a stool sample, to exclude infections of the bowel, this is not something you should neglect as it can make you very ill.
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