Back pain (middle left side) and constipation, nausea

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tactoc
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   Posted 4/26/2011 10:22 AM (GMT -6)   

Hi!

I'm 24 years old male and about a year ago health problems started for me.

 

Let me describe my specific problem: I woke up with a back pain (middle left side/ribs area), I had no appetite and was nauseous, then I become constipated, but what makes my problem really different is if I am standing up i feel terrible pain in the back and i got chills like I have a fever, but if I lay down the pain in the back slowly goes away and I get bowel movement and also the chills goes away and i feel better (so I can always defecate only in the morning).

 

I can't stress enough how this problem is really frustrating and really hard to solve, let me explain why. I had my back x-ray, ultrasound, colonoscopy, blood tested and they found nothing, and my doctor tells me that those two problems (back and digestion) are not connected (for me it's a weird coincidence that both problems would happened at the same time) and it shall pass, that's probably my back muscles that hurts and it's ibs and i shouldn't worry about it. Which frustrates me because I can't just ignore the problem, because now after a year I also got tonsil stones, have frequent urination and my lymph nodes sometimes hurts. I tried a lot of things ate fibers and exercise, which I all did also before the problems started, but it's true that a month before problems started I was really nervous and sit really a lot because of exams.

 

Please if anyone has found a solution, knows what to do or have same symptoms so we can help each other, please let me know on this forum or on my email tom.cla@gmx.com I would be so grateful.


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   Posted 4/26/2011 5:12 PM (GMT -6)   
What type of xrays did they do on your back? Did they look at your kidneys? Do an IV pylogram? The area of pain in your back sounds like where mine was when I had kidney stones. I also got very nauseated from the pain. Otherwise, I can't offer any other suggestions.
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tactoc
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   Posted 4/27/2011 12:45 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Ides, I don't know how do they call it, but those xrays were for my spine, if there is any nerve damaged, about kidneys as far as I know they were checked with ultrasound, no IV pylogram was done.

shawn12
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   Posted 4/28/2011 8:18 PM (GMT -6)   
IBSers can have issues with Lower Back Pain.

I was trying to pull a site up for you but today the internet is very slow, probably because of the weather around the country.



also

IBS - Beyond the Bowel: The Meaning of Co-existing Medical Problems

In our recent systematic review of the medical literature(5), we found a
total 26 different symptoms, that are reported to be more common in IBS patients than comparison
groups in at least one study. Non-gastrointestinal symptoms more common in irritable bowel
syndrome patients than in comparison groups(5).
1. Headache
2. Dizziness
3. Heart palpitations or racing heart
4. Back pain
5. Shortness of breath
6. Muscle ache
7. Frequent urinating
8. Difficulty urinating
9. Sensitivity to heat or cold
10. Constant tiredness
11. Pain during intercourse (sex)
12. Trembling hands
13. Sleeping difficulties
14. Bad breath/unpleasant taste in mouth
15. Grinding your teeth
16. Jaw pain
17. Flushing of your face and neck
18. Dry mouth
19. Weak or wobbly legs
20. Scratchy throat
21. Tightness or pressure in chest
22. Low sex drive
23. Poor appetite
24. Eye pain
25. Stiff muscles
26. Eye twitching

http://www.med.unc.edu/ibs/files/educational-gi-handouts/IBS%20Beyond%20the%20Bowel.pdf


worth reading the entire article
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I am not a doctor. All information I present is for educational purposes only and should not be subsituted for the advise of a qualified health care provider.

Please make sure you have your symptoms diagnosed by a medical practitioner or a doctor.

tactoc
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   Posted 4/29/2011 12:29 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks for this shawn.
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