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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Hello in early 2016 I started having what seemed to

Hello in early 2016 I started having what seemed to be panic attacks and would almost pass out with severe head rush and cold sweats, after initial symptoms would stop I would be left feeling extremely heavy like my legs were week. Began seeing a doctor after due to an emergency room visit after an attack and was told I was having panic attacks. Shortly after I began seeing a pink liquid in my stools and told my doctor on my next visit about this and he scheduled me a colonoscopy and found I had 7 polyps that were then removed and severe ulcerative colitis. Shortly after my colonoscopy within the week I developed extreme diarea, nausea and weakness with sever so called panic attacks and was referred to a specialist. The new doctor started me on a medication that only seemed to make matters worse and within two weeks I was back in the emergency room at the u of I because I could not urinate, eat, drink and sever Diarra like 30+ times a day. I was placed on iv fluids from go and blood work etc... and found I had a extreme case of c-diff infection. After a long battle for recovery (months) I am feeling OK for the most part compared to previous, however still have frequent cold sweats with nasea, sudden rapid heartbeats and dicomfort just below my sternum. Do you think I have pancreatitis or something else going on.
Sat, 7 Jan 2017
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