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    Severe Stomach pain, nausea, frequent bowel movements and pain with eating.
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    InPainAndAtALoss posted:
    Every single time I eat, it hurts unbelievably bad, giving me chills, fever, etc. Then shortly follows the bowel movements, which are frequent, and sometimes cause pain. In the mornings I am very nauseous, and sometimes throw up. I have been diagnosed with diverticulitis. So I generally stay away from seeds, nuts and typical foods that would irritate that. These days, I'm practically on a liquid diet. Which absolutely sucks. And when I do eat solid foods, the pain worsens and the bowel movements are worse. I have tried the process of eliminating certain foods, and I cannot see that one particular food hurts any less or worse than another. I'm looking for any kind of relief possible...
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