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Stomach pain, low potassium. Now suffering from nausea and shivering. What could this be?

Been haveing stomach pain on and off every week. Was barely eating or hungry went hospital for weight lose raceing heart. Had low pottasium they wanted catscan but i left because of very very poor monitoring and treatment. Now i feel nasueas loose stools and im like shivering/shakeing like im cold and cant stop.been eating more and stuff would could it be.
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Stomach pain, nasuea, racing heart, loose stool Which rather cause and exacerbate low potassium but more commonly constipation, shivering/shaking, muscle cramps and weakness are caused by low potassium level. For that you need potassium chloride preparation like Potklor Sy - 5-10 ml in a glass of water 3 times daily after food. To avoid stomach problem You can take Proton pump inhibitor like Rabeprazole20mg with Domperidone 30mg sustained release preparation in the morning empty stomach. Oflxacin 400mg and ornidazole 500mg combination taken twice after food may be helpful to check loose stool.
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