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Fibromyalgia, upset stomach, belching, hot flashes, blood clots, lightheaded. Taking Coumadin. Is it Chron's disease, treatment?

hello, my wife has been struggling w/ an undiagnosed condition, due to our state insurance its hard to get into per say a rhemethoid DR., Her prim. physician said she has fibromyalgia , she was hospitalized 2 times for an abrumpt onslaught of PE esp in her lungs, my wife also has severe upset stomachs long before the blood clots and has serere gas beltching issues due to some flare ups, and gets light headed, hot flashes etc, she was on coumadin for about 1 yr followed bt heperin shots to her stomach cause INR was up and down. she is since off coumadin and still has persistant stomach, belching , pain in chest back etcl, sometimes when i massage her and burb her she feels better after litterally 1 hr of belching, im thinking theres something going on causing refux, past PE in her lungs, she tested positive for ANA choice? which i pressume is a rhumethoid condition, Does this sound like Chrones disease? she did have abnormal clubing of her thumbs when she was younger? Hope to hear back from you soon Shes my love and the mother of our 4 daughters, I HATE STATE INSURANCE.... :) ty for reading this sincerly, Matthew
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern you became too much conscious taking the health issue of your wife in fact the "Fibromyalgia" it self is psychological condition, and such condition always associated with other functional element and that responsible for many nonspecific complain that your wife might be having, in my opinion such case need to be treated with the following drugs on trial basis,
1) Tab Omeprazole 40 mg once in day
2) Tab Chlorodiazepoxide three times I day
this is not the chron's disease, and no need to worry about this, hope this information helps you , have a nice day.
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