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Nausea in the morning, diarrhea, chills, sweating. Had gall bladder removed

have been sick for over 2 years and no one can figure out why. My episodes come and go all the time. I get very nauseated in mornings and usually vomit but i only vomit yellow bile . I have had my gallbladder removed and still vomiting bile. I have diarrhea about 8 times a day and its just bile also. When an episode comes on i began to sweat so bad then i get awful chills. I usually require going to the ER and need an IV with zophran phenergan and protonics. I have had all kinds of test, scans, ive changed my diet 100 times nothing helps. It just comes out of nowhere and its frustrating
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Hi there,

This sounds like you have irritable bowel syndrome. Have you had an endoscopy and a colonoscopy? If those haven't shown any significant problems, then I'd say you likely have irritable bowel syndrome. The ER is probably one of the worst places you can go, as they aren't going to do much but treat your nausea at the time. The ER doctors are trained to stabilize patients, not to figure out rare disease or make difficult diagnosis. I'd really recommend you find a gastroenterologist who specializes in irritable bowel syndrome (which is different than irritable bowel disease). Sometimes you have to wait a bit for an appointment, but this is the right kind of doctor that can actually help you.

I hope I have answered your questions. Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or if you feel I haven't addressed your question adequately.
Answered: Wed, 30 Aug 2017
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