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danikali

Does Anyone Else Get Rib Pains W/the Runs?

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Hi everyone. Me again with another dumb question:

Okay, since I've been eating gluten again, I have been going to the bathroom everyday! yeay!!! But not really, <_< because it's diarrehha......and it changes everyday.

I'm usually really constipated, but now that I'm having very obvious gluten for every meal (pasta, pizza, pretzals, cookies for dessert), I'm having the weirdest stools.

Does anyone else get really scary pains in their ribs when they have "D?" I feel so awkward and weak when this happens, and it scares me. Could this be a sign of anything else? :huh:

When I'm constipated and haven't gone in weeks, I get really scary back pains. Would anyone know the reason for these things? Does anyone else experience them?

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hi i get chest pains like my chest feels really tight and painful when i have d which i have had now for a week. but i was having an episode of seizures and convultions last night and i feel like i was ran over by a bus today. cant find any energy at all.

i did have consibation when i first went gluten free and i had back ache too i felt heavy inside am so use to going with the d it didnt feel right not being able to. i wish right now i had constipation instead of this d though .

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hi i get chest pains like my chest feels really tight and painful when i have d which i have had now for a week. but i was having an episode of seizures and convultions last night and i feel like i was ran over by a bus today. cant find any energy at all.

i did have consibation when i first went gluten free and i had back ache too i felt heavy inside am so use to going with the d it didnt feel right not being able to. i wish right now i had constipation instead of this d though .

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I hate how it's never normal! I wanted to ask my friend the other day "what's it like to have a normal bowel movement every day?" I witheld myself though because I felt like that was a weird question. :rolleyes: But to people who just don't know what the word "normal" means when it comes to bowel movements, we would probably have to throw a party if we ever learned the term! :D

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Have you looked into the symptoms of a gall bladder attack? Without more specific information about the rib and back pain I'm not sure if that is what you are describing.

Laura

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hi they took my gallbladder out it was one of many surgeries i had to find out why i had the big d each day, but it didnt help just made more complications now i cant eat any fatty foods as i get gastritus. i wished they had left mine alone.

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