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Why do I have pain in the back of my head with nausea and blood in stools ?

Blood in stool searing pain at the left back side of head fatigue forgetful nauseous eyes hurt jaw hurts along with left ear chronic maxillary sinusitis irregular bowel movement watery discharge from navel and ears increase dandruff high platelet count 475 twitchesirregular electrolyte count history of hypocalcemia..what is it? I ve been to a doctor, specializing in homeopathic diagnosis, and found that my colon, sinuses, and pituitary gland are not working well...btw, I am female, 22 yo, 68kg
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jul 2011
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you need a thorough whole body check up and various teast for all the organs involved that you mentioned
there may be some systemic problem thats causing all the problem chronic irregular bowel movement may be diagnosed by colonoscopy and biopsy if needed
consult physician first with all your complains and get a physical examination done followed by investigations as suggested
take treatment accordingly

Answered: Sat, 16 Jul 2011
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