I'm always in pain, something wrong with me all the time, if it's not one thing, it's something else.
This time, 6-7 months of mild discomfort pain mainly in my lower left side, and moves around there.
I saw the doctor about it a month ago.
Had a physical exam, had a urine test because my bladder was weak. It was normal. I was given a blood test, which was also normal.
The doctor reassured me that if the blood tests come back normal, there's nothing serious.
But it's still there, especially when it gets painful or get cramps going down the groin.
Pooing, farting helps releive it for a bit.
I get mild constipation, brown to dark brown stools with lots of mucus.
No blood recently but had some in the past.
Could it be IBS?
I feel like I'm hypochondriac or something, I had CBT for anxiety and mild depression.
I feel like I'm a nuisance going there to the GP. Not sure if I should go back with this pain. It goes sonetimes and I am still able to do physical work.
I still get numbness and pain in my left leg now and then, which I had a check up for.
When it's there I cant get rid of it for months.
And get tension headaches, head pressure, back aches, neck aches sometimes,
And sinus issues acid reflux and muscle and joint pains, and they go tired.
There's something wrong with me all the time, and sometimes the feelings last so long it's hard to know if I need to see a doc or ignore it as just anxiety, or what to do.
Had chest pains before, had an x-ray ecg, normal, same with tooth ache which lasted 2 months.