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My mother is really in severe pain and very ill. She has a lot of back problems and scar tissue etc. Back in July is when everything started detoriating. She had an epideral in her lower spine...the lowest they could go...then 48hrs later she woke up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom and had lost nearly 10 pints of blood out of her rectum in the toilet. We took her to the er and she was admitted into the hospital. They had her colon doctor come in, but he said usually you dont blled like that, we never found out what caused the excessive bleeding. She was sent home and even after 5 months she still does not have any energy back. Yesterday she was in severe pain with her neck and head,she couldnt walk or hold her head up. Her neck has been hurting for the last 5 months but not this severe. The cat scan in the er yesterday came out normal, so she was sent home with pain meds and a steriod pack. She is now bedridden and we cant hardly transport her anywhere. Her stomach, lower abdomen, and lower back are causing her a lot of pain, with her neck and head. She says she feels like she is constantly giving childbirth, she says its burning, and cramping really bad. We dont know where to take her or what to do, since the er sent her home yesterday and said follow up with your primary care doctor on wednesday. She goes to her primary care doctor once a month but we dont get anywhere...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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