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    Diverticulitis.

    Yep. If youíre unfamiliar with the word, google it. For anyone else that is familiar, Iím looking for advice on how to move forward with this situation.

    Two days ago it hit me. Sharp, deep pain in the lower left side of my abdomen. At first I thought it was one of those cramps everyone knows. The Iím about to die on the toilet stomach cramp from a bowel movement. Nope. After I finished, it got worse. Sweats. Hot af like a fever. Which then turned in to vomiting. Idk if the puking was from the inflammation, or from the pain. It came and went for the remainder of the day, about 8 hours, two different flights and a 3 hour layover. Fucking horrible day. Once I finally got home I ate a yogurt, had some water and a couple stool softeners.

    The next day it was gone. Approached eating slowly, only water and carried on with my life. Day two, now today, itís coming back again. Clearly I need to see my doctor. My dilemma is, from reading and ďself diagnosingĒ myself is that one of the tests for this bullshit is to pull your RBC. Well Iím currently on 500mg of deca and 300 of mast along side my TRT. Lol

    Has anyone ever had this condition? Did they draw blood? I also read they can check by doing a CT scan of your intestines. Seems to be if itís nothing serious, your prescribed antibiotics and on your way. Hopefully someone has some advice? Appreciate it yíall!

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    I first heard about Diverticulitis, when Brock Lesnar had it, about 10 years ago.
    I think Antibiotics will be the first course of action, from your doctor. Hopefully that sort you out.

    I remember reading that high fiber diets are recommended, but there was also a study stating the opposite ...

    I think fiber is still misunderstood and understudied (not a glamorous job I guess) IMHO its effects are far more individual, than the current simplistic view of the medical field

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krb367 View Post
    Yep. If you’re unfamiliar with the word, google it. For anyone else that is familiar, I’m looking for advice on how to move forward with this situation.

    Two days ago it hit me. Sharp, deep pain in the lower left side of my abdomen. At first I thought it was one of those cramps everyone knows. The I’m about to die on the toilet stomach cramp from a bowel movement. Nope. After I finished, it got worse. Sweats. Hot af like a fever. Which then turned in to vomiting. Idk if the puking was from the inflammation, or from the pain. It came and went for the remainder of the day, about 8 hours, two different flights and a 3 hour layover. Fucking horrible day. Once I finally got home I ate a yogurt, had some water and a couple stool softeners.

    The next day it was gone. Approached eating slowly, only water and carried on with my life. Day two, now today, it’s coming back again. Clearly I need to see my doctor. My dilemma is, from reading and “self diagnosing” myself is that one of the tests for this bullshit is to pull your RBC. Well I’m currently on 500mg of deca and 300 of mast along side my TRT. Lol

    Has anyone ever had this condition? Did they draw blood? I also read they can check by doing a CT scan of your intestines. Seems to be if it’s nothing serious, your prescribed antibiotics and on your way. Hopefully someone has some advice? Appreciate it y’all!

    Just get to the doctor if it persists. I wouldn’t worry about being on a cycle of what your RBC is. Yes, they’ll run labs I’m sure and use some sort of imaging to check for blockage. None of that will be affected by your AAS usage. Potentially you could have skewed liver values, but again nothing to concern yourself with
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    Completely unrelated to AAS.
    Like SnD said, let the Doc handle it.
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