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    right ok i have another question. every month or so i keep getting these strong stomach pains and no they are not period pains. but these are like sharp stabbing pains and im afaid to go to the doctors because i have fear of hospitals and doctors which is a pain really. but i nearly fanited from them ages ago and it wasnt good but its like someone trying to stab you ??????????????/
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    probably wind you shouldnt be afraid of going to the doctors! you pay taxes for them so get your money's worth
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    lmao. im not being funny about this. i am afaid of doctors its annoying
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    face your fears haha
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    im certainly not. i dont know how i can face them
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    ok ok yellow belly

    0845 4647 nhs direct
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    no im not going there end of lol
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    (Original post by angelcream55)
    no im not going there end of lol
    **** off then and stop asking for help.
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    maybe a stich, because you dont exersise enough.
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    urm i do excercise a lot as i have horses and im always lifting and walking this is the thing???? and i have no idea what these pains might lead??
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    You might be dead in 24 hours :O!!! Or you might do a big pump and feel better
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    thats not helpful
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    Well then whats the frigging point of having doctors if you arent going to go there. Gosh, I dont understand people like you. Whats scary about hospitals and doctors? Its just a place full off people who actually care about their health and go there. And whats wrong with doctors? They are fully qualified and know what they are doing! And they are always friendly.
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    well i had have bad experice in them and with my family dieing in them thats why and its all the medical stuff i use. beilve you me do you really think i want to be afaid of these guys.......... no i dont
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    House doctors?
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    urm i havent had a house doctor before so i wouldnt no but they just scare me which im trying to get over my fear as these stomach pains are not nice !
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    It could be when you ovulate, or something along those lines. A couple of times I had a bit of pain when it wasn't my period and my mum said that could happen.
    *Shrugs*
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    oh right it could be but it made me want to fanit and everythink ?
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    phone NHS direct then- you cant have health advice on a student forum and even if someone could magically diagnose you youre not gonna go to the doctors for the cure anyway are you
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    Hi, I've been having stomach trouble this year as well - both pain and nausea. I went to my GP a few times and they didn't really help that much. I then went to see a dietician which was very productive as they thought I might have developed a lactose intolerence. Shortly after removing lactose (found in the likes of milk, cheese, general dairy products) I noticed a fairly considerable improvement. I now use lactose free milk, but will be looking to attempt to reintroduce lactose into my diet steadily (I might not be lactose intolerent permanently, my body just needs to develop lactase enzymes). From time to time though, I do still get bouts of nausea, but it's much better than it was before.

    Hence, if you are getting worried about it, maybe consult a dietician. This way, you won't incur any sort of "pain", and they can give a professional opinion as to what you could maybe remove from your diet to help the issue. They have a reputation for being a bit expensive though, but you could maybe just enquire in some sort of pharmaceutical store or you someone you know might be in the occupation. Hope this helps, all the best.
 
 
 
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