Here's my overview: http://www.ibsgroup....edundant-colon/
Long story short;
I was diagnosed with redundant colon & slow transit constipation and IBS-C after the colonoscopy. I had a surgery done for my rectal prolapse.
Around the time when I started having bowel problems, my energy level also dwindled. Even after the surgery, my energy level hasn't improved much and I still easily get tired.
I'm worried that my foolish mistakes I made in the past is the reason why I have so many health issues;
At the age of 14, I drank 1 can of alcohol due to a bad influence from my father. I didn't get wasted but I'm worried about what it did to my developing brain.
At the age of 14, I fractured my collarbone during soccer and now I have to frequently crack my shoulder to release the build up of tension. It's uncomfortable and annoying but the doctor doesn't think there's anything wrong with it.
At the age of 20, I foolishly decided to take 500mg of ALCAR for 2 days. And I also took 500 - 700mg of L-tyrosine in empty stomach, then 300 - 500mg again the next day. The ALCAR gave me a strange feeling around my throat and L-tyrosine gave me a strange unnatural euphoric feeling for 30 minutes which scared me.
At the age of 21, I have accidentally drank too much coffee to the point where it made me have a migraine for up to 7 hours. It might have been a caffeine intoxication.
I used to get better grades than my younger brother up until grade 10. But after fracturing my collarbone, my grades slipped significantly and I failed almost all of my subjects and it has been a downhill since then. I now can't even handle college while my younger brother can. Perhaps I just have bad genetics?
I'm not sure why I easily feel fatigued. I was tested for celiac disease but it came back negative. Could my tiredness be caused by my weakened bowel?
Post Edited (Heinstein) : 6/10/2014 8:49:42 PM (GMT-6)