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October 31st, 2011Not a diagnostician
My husband has clinical depression and he also has GI problems--pain and nausea. Dr. Malloy did a battery of tests five months ago and found nothing so decided it was the depression. The GI problems only got worse and on the recommendation of two psychiatrists and his therapist who said depression would not cause such serious digestive problems, we went back to Dr. Malloy three weeks ago. Dr. Malloy still believed the GI problems were caused by the depression and wasn't interested in exploring the problem further. He did take blood samples for five more tests and supposedly ordered another imaging test but we haven't heard anything since. And my husband is still suffering gastrointestinal pain and nausea whenever he eats.
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