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Unable to regulate body temperature, IBS

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Hello please can someone advise me... I have suffered with IBS for the last 11 years but recently I've started to wonder something that I am unsure that something that has been happening at night is actually just the ibs or something different ... Basically is there a disorder etc that can be described as not being able to regulate body temperature... As I am finding at night (not every night) I awake at about 2/3am ish in excrutiating pain (like i just wanna literally chop a body part off to distract me from my pain type) ....with my body on fire literally too hot to touch and it liquifies my insides ie stool is completely liquified but not as in water as if I have put a pot of it in the microwave and heated it up as well as my urine coming out so hot you could prob make tea with it ... Sorry to be so graphic but any ideas?


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replied June 28th, 2010
Abdominal Pain Answer A13624
Thanks for using this forum.......

Stress can lead to this type of stools but you need a to test them to be sure there is no infection..I would recommend you to eat fibres and take antianxiety pills and if it still doesnot stop meet a physician for the tests...

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