You don't sound nuts, you sound frustrated, annoyed, miserable and with every right. I was exactly the same as you and it's really not acceptable for doctors to make us feel this way. I felt like, omg, is this really there or are they right, it's in my head. But I persevered and refused to be fobbed off. I know the pain is real, and so do you. Your the only one that counts and if you feel the pain then it IS there. Can you try to get a second opinion? I'm sorry I don't know anything about
your history or symptoms but I do know how your feeling. I'm lucky my GP is so supportive because without his support I probably would have gone nuts!! I went several years with undiagnosed lupus and saw countless consultants before they figured out what was wrong. Afterwards the relief was immense that at last i know whats happening to me, and it's not in my head. That gives me the strength to put up a fight for a diagnosis and treatment for my bowel problems. It comes to something when a doctor removes your healthy appendix because he hasn't got a clue what the pain is! It was in fact an ectopic pregnancy but you begin to lose faith. Especially here in the uk as you have very little choice over your doctor or your treatment. I really wish you luck and don't give up, YOU ARE NOT NUTS (I prefer to say the doctors are!!!!)
Chillblain Pattern LE, tachycardia, unknown bowel problems, migraines.
One gorgeous daughter age 5 after many many IVF attempts