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I have autioimmune disease I stay tired alot I get a burning stabbing pain in stomach I stay nauseated when I eat I get fullness in my stomach I stay tired no energy my appetite has decreased I have pains in my back pelvic area cancer runs heavily ?

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Dr. Al Hegab
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: ? Drug related

those stomach problems can very well be drug related, given that you have an autoimmune disease and possibly on some anti inflammatory medicines without an agent to protect your stomach, being tired, having pains, low energy, all can be related to your disease or depression/anxiety, other causes contribute such as thyroid problems, check with your doctor, wish you wellness

In brief: ? Drug related

those stomach problems can very well be drug related, given that you have an autoimmune disease and possibly on some anti inflammatory medicines without an agent to protect your stomach, being tired, having pains, low energy, all can be related to your disease or depression/anxiety, other causes contribute such as thyroid problems, check with your doctor, wish you wellness
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Dr. Laurence Badgley
General Practice

In brief: Fibromyalgia ?

20y fem w. autoimmune c/o severe fatigue, IBS symptoms & "pelvic/back pain"; all signature symptoms of fibromyalgia, FM, whereat chronic systemic disorder &/or meds begets fatigue/inactivity/global soft tissue deconditioning which begets widespread ligamentous strain/pain which begets more inactivity & so on.
Over time joint subluxations beget dysautonomia & IBS, i.e., the dynamic evolution of FM.

In brief: Fibromyalgia ?

20y fem w. autoimmune c/o severe fatigue, IBS symptoms & "pelvic/back pain"; all signature symptoms of fibromyalgia, FM, whereat chronic systemic disorder &/or meds begets fatigue/inactivity/global soft tissue deconditioning which begets widespread ligamentous strain/pain which begets more inactivity & so on.
Over time joint subluxations beget dysautonomia & IBS, i.e., the dynamic evolution of FM.
Dr. Laurence Badgley
Dr. Laurence Badgley
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Dr. Laurence Badgley
Global deconditioning secondary to chronic illness/fatigue is an etiologic factor, among others, evoking fibromyalgia. Young women w. Joint Hypermobility Syndrome are particularly vulnerable as major joints further loosen via diminished soft tissue tone; arousing widespread ligament strain/pain.
Dr. Laurence Badgley
In 2010, Rheumatologist Dr. Rodney Grahame edited a book, "Hypermobility, Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain", wherein several British physicians acknowledged the pathological relationship between Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.
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