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Help on unknown illness?

Asked by LivingPie (8points) June 9th, 2017

Throughout 3 to 4 weeks, I’ve been getting very..specific symptoms of some illness, but can’t find a specific answer. I hate going to the doctor unless I start vomiting blood practically, and so want to try to find a possible explanation first. Symptoms include:

1. Always feeling full or bloated. Even if I didn’t eat.

2. Very sensitive to temperature. Especially heat. Even a small bit of heat/humidity makes me sweat profusely now.

3. Being very picky with food, and becoming full very quickly.

4. All around just having very little appetite.

5. When I move my head, it feels..odd. Like a VERY mild dizzy feeling.

6. Feeling the urge to vomit every so often. Not really nauseous, but like my stomach is irritated and my brain wants to force vomiting to fix it. When I do puke, the feeling leaves. Especially during the morning.

7. Vomiting bile only. Green in color, if that matters.

It doesn’t have to be an on-the-nose answer, but if anyone has a serious answer as to what it might be, I’d be very thankful. I’m very anxious.

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Hawaii_Jake's avatar

We are not doctors. We cannot help you. Please, see a doctor right away.

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canidmajor's avatar

@RedDeerGuy1, there are a number of conditions that produce those symptoms, some quite serious. Your flippant answers are inappropriate.

@LivingPie, I second @Hawaii_Jake‘s advice, please see a Dr soonest.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

@canidmajor You're right. Sorry. I was just having fun playing doctor, which I am not. @LivingPie See a doctor.

Coloma's avatar

It could be any number of medical conditions from mild to serious.
Obviously you need to see your doctor but..if you are or have been a heavy drinker you could be experiencing liver disease. See your doctor ASAP we cannot diagnose your condition we are not medical professionals.

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chyna's avatar

@LivingPie The quicker you get to a doctor, the quicker you get diagnosed and cleared up. I know it’s scary, but please go as soon as you can. Good luck and please keep us posted.

Welcome to Fluther!

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Earthbound_Misfit's avatar

Feel better soon @LivingPie, and do take the advice above and seek medical advice.

Can you tell us where you are in the world? Is there a reason you’re reluctant to see a doctor?

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Kardamom's avatar

You have described symptoms that could be a lot of different problems, even multiple problems, some of which cold be very serious. Please see a doctor, that is the only person qualified to diagnose and treat you. Don’t be afraid of seeing a doctor. They are there to help you. If you are nervous, take a trusted friend or relative with you, including into the examination. Sometimes it’s easier to have another person there, especially when you are nervous, to help you jot down the information, and to ask questions.

Please let us know that you will make an appointment to see a doctor immediately. If you are actually throwing up, and this is an ongoing situation, you should go to an urgent care, or emergency room. Otherwise, make an appointment to see your primary care physician. If you don’t have one, call the number for your insurance carrier and speak to someone to get a primary care physician. If you can’t get one, immediately, please let them refer you to another doctor, or physician’s assistant, or even the nurses station. Don’t wait.

AshlynM's avatar

Symptoms are not concrete to any specific disease, only a guideline. They can vary from illness to illness and from person to person. I just googled some of your symptoms and found a variety of causes. Could be anything from ulcers to cancer. I don’t exactly blame you for not wanting to go to the doctor, but I highly urge you to go. Your symptoms have been going on long enough to warrant a trip to the doctor.

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