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Need Advice was posted 02/16/2002 08:12 am by Wayne
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1987 September: referred to Canadian Military Base Hospital symptoms - lethargy, jaundice in eyes blood test indicated abnormal liver function and elevated w interim dianosis - Mono 1987 December: admitted to NDMC in Ottawa, the military's main hospital, as a result of continued elevated bilirubin, and liver enzymes. 1988 May: Received CAT scan, unremarkable. Attending physician quoted, 'you are a laboratory peculiarity' 1988 Nov: civilian GI suggested Gilbert's syndrome. 1994 May: Pain on right side of abdomen had a colonoscopy after possible polyps were found during barium enema during colonoscopy I awoke from sedation in tremoundous pain. The procedure was terminated. Not able to proceed beyond hepatic flexure. 1998 June: Received second colonoscopy, nothing remarkable 2001 Feb: Tremoundous, unbelievable pain in my right abdomen. after several trips and subsequent treatment with demoral and buscopin the pain attacks subsided. A GI during a scope procedure was not able to inject the dye into my gall bladder as it was too hard. 2002 Feb: I am still experiencing all sorts of problems, without really knowing what is happening. It seems as thought this issue has gone on to long to be cancer, but could become cancer.

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