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Are you fatigued, back hurting and Doctors say nothing is wrong?

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posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 09:44 PM
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I have recently went to the Emergency room 2 times and saw my doctor a couple times for severe fatigue, abdominal discomfort and Back pain with occasional nausea. They have performed multiple tests on me in the ER and my Primary doctor say everything is fine....Including my abdominal CT scan. So they are pretty much saying nothing is wrong.....But I know something is, my back would not be hurting where I could barely get up and fatigue that has me running at 10%.

I am a very healthy 25 year old 5'11" 170 pounds and excercise with a good diet. I am wondering if somehow my body may be connecting with something metaphysically or spiritually picking up something bad to come? Is there theories out there for predictions using this? Is anybody else experiencing this?

-Kdial1




posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 09:45 PM
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Could it be cramps?

I've experienced something like that. My left shoulder muscles hurt sometimes and I don't feel hurt or anything.



posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 09:50 PM
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Honestly, if they can't find anything "medically" wrong with you I highly suggest getting yourself to a quality chiropractor as quickly as possible. If a physician cannot find anything wrong with you that they're looking for, a chiro is the only way to go. Every nerve, everything you feel, even your demeanor in a way, is connected to your spinal cord. I never was a believer...until a chiro changed my life and my health. Go!



posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 10:03 PM
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Keep the doctors doing tests, maybe seek a internal medice specialist. The reason I say that is I have had and seen family have problems that the doctors can't find very easily when there IS somenthing going on. You may be more attuned to something beginning to go wrong because you are otherwise healthy. I have had misdiagnosis and when I broke a vertibrate in my back, it took like 3 or 4 months for them to figure it out. I had a friend that had a knee bothering him and the doctor even did arthoscopic knee surgery. Turned out the knee was fine and he had a back injury and the pinched nerve made his knee hurt. Sometimes the location of the pain can give you an idea of what is in the area. Possibly a swollen organ like a liver or kidney is hurting and the CT scan looks normal. Being in pain, fatigued indicatess that something is going on as well as vomiting. That just doesn't happen when everything is fine. Doctors often don't run enough diagnostic thests until you are seen enough complaining about the same issue, probably due to insurance companies not wanting to pay for a bunch of tests right away.

I am not in the medical field, but have had 23 major surgeries and been under care for 18 years. I have a lot of experience with the way doctors conduct themselves. If it were me, I would keep a journal of every symptom and times, dates, etc so you can show the doctor that this has been ongoing and continues. If you have an increase in the pain levels and other symptons, don't feel like you shouldn't go in to the doctor office or if after hours go to the ER. Something like that can turn dangerous real quick and often people, like you, have been told nothing is wrong and don't seek medical attention only to have further complications as a result of waiting. You have to remember that people will show up complaining when nothing is wrong and that makes the doctors a little jaded. Good luck and hope you get feeling better.

[edit on 8/3/09 by spirit_horse]

[edit on 8/3/09 by spirit_horse]



posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by awake_awoke
Honestly, if they can't find anything "medically" wrong with you I highly suggest getting yourself to a quality chiropractor as quickly as possible. If a physician cannot find anything wrong with you that they're looking for, a chiro is the only way to go. Every nerve, everything you feel, even your demeanor in a way, is connected to your spinal cord. I never was a believer...until a chiro changed my life and my health. Go!


After reading some info on Chiroprators I was amazed at all of the info relating to nerves in the lower back that go to your abdomen and the pain can be transferred. I am going to go see a Chiropractor, thanks for recommending!

All of a sudden I am just soooo fatigued and my abodomen and lower back pain are causing so much pain, I am desperate for answers and thought I would come on here and see if anyone else is feeling what I am feeling in case it is something connected metaphysically or spritual as far as a sense of something to come....I am kind of reaching out there....but am looking for answers since Dr's say I am medically "fine" But I will definately go to the Chiro and try it out.

-Kdial1



posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 11:09 PM
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Have you been checked for diabetes? The symptoms can be the same as you are describing. Are you thirsty a lot? Do you pee a lot?

I am currently having something very similiar to you.



posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 11:13 PM
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I'm really glad I could help-it is so important to go see a physician first, keep track of all your symptoms, etc. But also there are so many more ways to look at our body as a machine without stuffing painkillers down it just because a Dr.s test doesn't find an immediate positive on a test result.
Case in point #1: you might know someone who has popped out a rib-I did it once and it felt like I was having a heart attack...severe shooting pain every time I took a breath...so then I began to suspect it was skeletal when I started doing some yoga poses to relieve the pressure. Sure enough, popped a rib, took 4 seconds to correct this pain at the chiro. Later that week I spoke to a friend who had the same thing happen and we discussing how much it hurt, etc. They ended up going straght to the E.R and all the doctor could "do" was give them painkillers and they sufferd for a few weeks in pain without being able to work before they figured out they needed a Chiro.
Case in point #2: I suffered from severe chronic ear infections since I was a child. I mentioned this to my chiro and they moved my jaw back in to place. I haven't had one since, even when I have the flu or a sinus infection. The rate of childhood ear problems has shot up and so has "forceful" childbirth so there are many MEDICAL (not just chiropractors or osteopathic) studies now to show this has led to a simple slight dislocation of the jaw which causes an air pocket and then, chronic infections.

A quick word of advice: there are two kinds of chiropractors out there. One just kind of caters to "pain" sports injuries, back pain, joint pain, tmj, etc. These are the more common kinds, and loaded with some of the most skilled chiros out there, don't get me wrong! But these are the kinds people usually complain about saying its so similar to a factory.
The other kind is the well-trained chiro whose philosophy is to treat the whole body (and mind) not just with adjustments, but they are able to tell how every organ is working externally and will tell you if you need to go to a physician or if you need to make a personal lifestyle change. They will see you as little or as much and you need and want. No pressure.

I highly recommend the latter due to the fact that they spend so much time with you and they know your body from head to toe and can tell right away if there is a problem! Most chiros truly do what they do because they completely believe in it, have seen it do so many amazing things that mainstream medicine couldn't fix, and really do want to help people. For almost the same time and money they could have become M.Ds. The most important thing is that you do what you think is right for your body.




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