Neuropathy in my stomach. I don't have cancer they checked..

Posted by rere1889 @rere1889, Jan 21 10:26pm

Every time I eat, I start vibrating like a Tams unit on the inside. It starts at my troth and works its way down to my stomach, and then I get neuropathy in my feet. It is almost like I have Neuropathy in my stomach. My heart starts pumping in my ears, my chest starts getting tight like a panic attack, then it works its way down to my feet. I've had an endoscopy with ultrasound, A Colonoscopy. I have severe diverticulosis, but they say it is not caused by that. I need help. I can not work or even take a stand-up without getting dizzy.

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I posted this to the wrong group and don't know how to change it.

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I posted this to the wrong group and don't know how to change it.

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Wow! This sounds like a terrible thing to be suffering from! I hope you get some help somehow!

As far as posting to the wrong group, I think you should just copy it and paste it into a new post to the right place–Don't worry about it being an orphan here..
(I don't work here, I'm just another user, but wanted to give you my sympathy…)

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I posted this to the wrong group and don't know how to change it.

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I have asked your initial post that started this discussion to be moved to Digestive Health.

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Has your cervical and thoracic spine been checked?

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I’ve had a MRI with and without contrast. Two bulging disk but nothing to cause this issue.

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I have a problem with the vagus nerve gong to my whole digestive tract. It starts around the diaphragm. I to have thoracic spine issues. It’s not neuropathy I don’t believe. It’s a pinched nerve I believe. You can have a test for gastro perisis to see if your stomach is working. I have an apt with thoracic surgeon for an abdominal hernia around my diaphragm and hope he can answer a lot of my problems. Good luck to you.

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I’ve had a MRI with and without contrast. Two bulging disk but nothing to cause this issue.

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Docs don't think it's IBS? Panic attacks aren't uncommon with IBS.

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