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Blood test shown thyroid. Feels tired, pain in stomach and bowel movements. Treated for urine infection. Worrisome

i have had a blood check showing my thyroid is on the boarderline of overactive. The past 5 weeks have been hell, im tired, stabbing pains in my stomich and bowel. Ive been in to hospital 3 times the past 2 weeks due to this only to be let home the same day. Im feeling so unwell, ive had a urine infection with a h.p infection which i was treated for. Im now beeing sick with green byle.
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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I wish I could seriously help u.
I personally feel a borderline over active thyroid detected incidentally could be the cause of all this.
Urine infection, HP infection in the past also doesnot for possibly account for these symptoms.
green bile, tiredness, stomach pain, bowel pain suggests features of gastrointestinal related problems.
I would need more details to guide u.
feel free to get back to me
Answered: Fri, 4 Apr 2014
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