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History of TB, having pain in left side of stomach since that radiates to back. Advice ?

pliz doctor i hav aready writen one mail being YYYY@YYYY and i am un able to pay cause i hav no money pliz assist I have visited many hospitals and am still strugling not knowing what to do,i was once a t.b victim which was discovered through X-ray but not speuctum, after that i have been having a pain in the left side of the stomach that radiates to my back ,not going to the toilet for more than 4 days and am eating i have taken a lot of medicines and am still unwell am filling tied and a lot of cold .,also when i eat food usually comes back in my mouth after sometimes like animals i have no money to sick medication but am unwell please doctor assist me.
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response

Welcome to HCM and thanks for tour query.
Sorry to know your financial situation.

This could be due to....

1. Reflux esophagitis.
2. pancreatitis.

Treating you from a distance is not possible due to the complexity of the condition.
Kindly visit accident and emergency, speak t the social worker , get your payment sorted out and get well soon.

Answered: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Debraj Jash's  Response
Sorry to hear your pathetic condition. Pain in the left side of abdomen radiating to back can be a presenting feature of many disease. It may be due to GERD, gastric or duodenal ulcer, pancreatitis. But as you are in a state to write a mail , I think it's not too severe. Acute intestinal obstuction or pancreatitis may be a possibility but they are more acute and do not allow you to write a mail. However in a background of Tuberculosis, Subacute intestinal obstruction may be a possibility.You also mentioned of constipation which fits with subacute intestinal obstruction. Please go to any government hospital and keep faith on them. Beleive me, without seeing your clinical profile and perfoming some laboratory tests, it's not possible for anyone to give a definite opinion.Keep faith on yourself and the doctor who are treating you. Hope, I answered your queries.
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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