I went to see my GI doc yesturday and I was sick and tired of other doctors telling me " are you sure you have Crohns" so I ask my GI doc and he told me 3 different disease and ask him 3 times and had a different disease all of those times, he told me I had colitis the first time, the second time he told me I had IBS and the third time he told me I had Crohns and he also told me that he thinks I have microcospic colitis so WTF do I have, and I have pain and he told me by the blood test its impossible to have pain like I tell him, but I have pain alote of pain and dosent believe me, and I had c-diff about 2 months ago and my crp and sed rate was normal but still had c-diff and he told me I dont think so you had c-diff at that time hehehe and I saw the lab result and told him oh yes I had it I saw it and brouth it to my local hospital, I think he didnt liked it because I went to see another GI doc for a second opinion but did my own research and in my medical chart my gi doc has written that I had UC for 7 years ( but didnt know he didnt told me) and 2 years I had cronhs, the problem his that if my blood work always comes alright like the CRP and the sed rate why did he put me on Remicade for a year??? and that medication change my life in not a good way and didnt work for 6 months so why he gave it to me if my blood work was all alright???? he s messing with my brain alote, anyway I know I had c-diff and told me no and himself wrote in my chart that I had it so I dont really understand him and my brain his all mixed up like crazy :(
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