Report This| Share this:medical advice for my mom?Hello concerendDaughter and Welcome - <br /><br />We are sorry to hear about what your mom is experiencing, it is great that you are looking for answers for her.<br /><br />We have a couple of suggestions for you, but unfortunately it is impossible to diagnosis these symptoms with out a thorough exam, history and tests.<br /><br />Please talk with her doctor to see if she can be referred to a gastrointestinal specialist. Has she any workups or exams for these problems?<br /><br />Keeping a journal of times she takes medications, what she is eating, how she is feeling and what her activity is may be helpful for the doctor to evaluate what's going on.<br /><br />In the meantime, please see these resources for more information - <br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/default.htm">Digestive Disorders Health Center</a> <br /><a href="http://symptoms.webmd.com/#./introView">Symptom Checker<br /></a> <br />Hoping you find answers soon,<br />Elizabeth
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