Intestinal discomfort and pain

By steph86 Latest Reply 2014-01-01 19:30:04 -0600
Started 2013-12-28 11:10:14 -0600

For almost about a week now I've been feeling discomfort in my stomach and intestions every time I eat as well as dull aches in right kidney as well as hair loss are there is no protein in my pee which is good but between that and unintentional weight loss bc lack of appitite and simply being afraid to eat this is all so ffrusterating lately and I feel my health is failing which scares me anyone else go or have gone through this?

12 replies

debbiedo89 2014-01-01 19:30:04 -0600 Report

I suggest you schedule an appointment with your Dr. report each and every one of your symptoms. I went to my Dr. with similar but not the same abdominal symptoms. I have been diagnosis with abdominal neuropathy. Yep, diabetes can affected every organ in your body,

Jan8 2013-12-31 09:31:48 -0600 Report

Yes,I have had the flu recently . diabetes has the doggone power to make one afraid to eat because they don't know what to eat and are afraid . It sounds as though you may possibly have a kidney infection because of your symptoms but only a doc can rule this out. You are probably weak from not eating.

denipink57 2013-12-31 07:01:30 -0600 Report

i suggest you build up your lymphatic system, your kidneys and your adrenal system. if you google these you will understand better. i just watched a youtube on different health issues (i am sorry i did not save the link) and i am going to be buy supplements off amazon to support these systems above. these are herbs and considered safe. if i could afford it i would see a Naturopath but i just study online on my own and draw my own conclusions. always consult a doctor before taking any supplements. good luck. hope you feel better soon. in the meantime drink lots of water and if you can cut up lemons to put in your water. i do this and drink lemon water all day long.

steph86 2013-12-30 10:15:15 -0600 Report

I used to buy those they are really good and actually help my levels stabilized I get food stamps in a day so I'll be able to stock up on some

GabbyPA 2013-12-29 11:41:53 -0600 Report

That sounds like something that a trip to the ER might be needed if your doctor can't see you. Sometimes our digestive system can suffer neurological damage. It's good there is not protein in your urine, but it could be something else. That is a lot of pain to deal with.

steph86 2013-12-28 14:15:03 -0600 Report

No symptoms of high bs I've been staying hydrated and I won't get results til I go back to the doc which is in 6 weeks its crazy such a long time she's aware of these issues and wants me on the pump and glucous monitor asap but process seems slow

One Step at a Time
One Step at a Time 2013-12-28 14:06:14 -0600 Report

That's high. Are you thirsty? Is suggest drinking plenty of water to flush some of that sugar from your system. (6weeks for bloodwork?!)

One Step at a Time
One Step at a Time 2013-12-28 13:33:13 -0600 Report

I felt like that when diagnosed type 1. Have you checked your BG? I say drink water and broth…get to the DR.

steph86 2013-12-28 13:52:27 -0600 Report

My sugars run 200 most days my A1c was 8.9 recently so I'm not doing so good endocrinologist ordered blood work so I won't know for another 6 weeks sadly but I will try that thank you

denipink57 2013-12-30 05:04:52 -0600 Report

i go thru the "i can't stand to eat another morsel" kinda thing. i need to eat to take my insulin so i buy those shakes like Boost. they go down easy and don't upset my stomach. they are a meal replacement so at least i am getting some nutrition. when i drink them i cut my insulin dosage in half because i am not eating a starch with my meal. good luck. handy to have meal replacements in the cupboard just in case. best thing is to eat a meal of course but i can't always do that. i have stomach problems too and will see a gastroenterologist soon.

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