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since several years i have panic attacks, occasional pain in the liver/gall bladder, occasional mild diarrhea (with yellow or clay colored stool) and mild to severe burning in anal area after passing stool. the burning tends to lower when i take anti-acids, eat no sugar or fat. but it goes away only some times, and i haven't figured out why it happens.

from the so called western medicine point of view, doctors can't find any illness in me, but the symptoms are very persistent. chinese doctors keep prescribing things for gall bladder, so i somehow tend to believe them. however, nothing has made the symptoms disappear.

have anyone got the same experience and is there a possible cure for those symptoms?
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replied December 2nd, 2009
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