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Re: VasaVagal Nerve in stomach-Help Please!

From: Maria in Florida THANK YOU!


Oh Thank you so much, there is finally someone who understands what I am walking through. I cannot eat more than once a day because I always have diareah (that I have had since June too) withing a couple of hours. It is like my life is on hold and I am only 40. I have never heard of that kind of Doctor. Can you help me please. What do I look under in the phone book. I need help fast. I have lost 40 pounds already and I just want my life back. The one gastro doctor will not listen nor will the general doctor when I tell them about the vagal nerve. I have had a colonoscopy, the tube down my throat to my stomach (he found a hernia and said it is ok) I just spent all day yesterday in the hospital havinga nuclear test for my gallbladder which was ok , an ultrasound of my liver, gallbladder and kidneys and that was ok and a small bowel series which took 4 hours. The doctor is trying to get me to take Librax and I was allergic to the last medicine he gave me (pamine forte) so I am going to try taking it while I am at my other docotrs office in the waiting room on Tuesday in case something happens. I need something to help me and quick I was layed off from work on 11/5 and I found another job and I start 1 week from tuesday. Thank you for your input and help.....Please let me know about that docotr you were talking about so I can make calls on Monday morning forst thing. THANK YOU!!!!!!! Mt e-mail address is

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