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Oct 17, 2018 · Hiccups, Diarrhea, Left Side Abdominal pain, Cervical Cancer, Melanoma in Digestive Health

No EMG's but I did have a MRI this summer. It showed that I have compression of my T 8, 9 & 10 but no nerve impingement at this time. I was told to just work on my core to try to strengthen it. I'm back in the US in Dec. so I can go and have my doctors there take a look at it. Thanks!

Oct 16, 2018 · Hiccups, Diarrhea, Left Side Abdominal pain, Cervical Cancer, Melanoma in Digestive Health

I've had muscle weakness in the past. I had a plate put in my lower back in 2015 and another plate put in my neck about 10 months ago. Both times I had significant weakness that the surgeries seemed to fix. I'll take a look through the article, thanks! If you need more info let me know. I'm an open book!

Oct 16, 2018 · Hiccups, Diarrhea, Left Side Abdominal pain, Cervical Cancer, Melanoma in Digestive Health

I haven't found any rhyme or reason to the hiccups. Just happens out of the blue. Thanks for taking the time to respond!

Oct 15, 2018 · Hiccups, Diarrhea, Left Side Abdominal pain, Cervical Cancer, Melanoma in Digestive Health

I'm hoping someone can help me. We are Americans stationed in Norway (husband is retired USAF currently working for NATO). I've had cancer twice. For the last 6 months I've started to have some pretty violent hiccups. It started out once a day every other week or so. I'm now up to several minutes just about every day. I've had bouts of diarrhea here and there but it's been pretty much all the time since August 27th (when I'm leaving home and taking Imodium I'm okay for maybe 24 hours) with pain in my left lower abdomen that is more and more frequent. Norway has socialized medicine so I'm spending more and more money out of pocket trying to figure out what is going on. I had a colonoscopy last week and the results were diverticular disease (doctor said there were more pockets then he had previously seen). Since I'm paying out of pocket for just about every test, I tell the doctor what I would like for him to do and he says okay. Other things … my white count, red count, hemoglobin, Hemocrit, Alkaline Phosphatase, Globulin, MCHC, Abs Lymphocytes were low in August and now my T3 is low as well. Does this ring any bells for anyone? Thank you for taking time to respond!