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maybe IBS?
An_191966 posted:
Well, first of all I'm going to the doctor next week... again... to try to figure out what's wrong with me

I'm an 18 year old girl and I have been having digestive problems since about age 15. It started with just bloating and gas for a few months, then came the constant heartburn and "wet burps" meaning that I would spit up some randomly or when I bent over.
Well, this got progressively worse and worse.
For about the past year, I have been having not only digestive problems but also problems with bowel movements. I know this is gross and TMI but...
I have to poop probably about 3 or 4 times a day. I have no appetite and sometimes after eating I spit up some food. Sometimes in the mornings I wake up and puke up a bunch of yellow liquid. My stool is usually soft and watery, but sometimes it can be hard pellets. It's generally discolored: red, green, yellow... you name it.

It has been going on for a while and it's really getting old. It's been like this every day for about the past 6 months. Idk what's wrong with me.

If anyone has any ideas or tips that'd be greatly appreciated.
sheba_q responded:
Have you seen any doctors about this? Had any tests run?

IBS isn't so much a condition but when the doctor knows something is going on but can't find anything. There's a pretty good Wiki page on it. Spitting up isn't one of the symptoms.

Btw there's no such thing as TMI around here - the more details the better.

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