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I would suggest a GI doctor at this point.
That depends on what your physical exam and lab reports show. But she may want to do a colonscopy or endoscopy
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If you are looking to file a claim I would first hire an attorney who has experience with lawsuits like the HepB vaccine case and let her set you up with a physician specialist. You do not want to see anymore doctors without your attorneys advice.
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Then you may not be able to successfully pursue any sort of legal recourse.....
In this case your next best course of action would be to consult with a neurologist.
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hard to tell.....
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For limited range of motion when you life your left shoulder you should see an orthopedic surgeon.
I would also recommend that if the ultrasound of the abdomen does not show anything that you should have a CT scan of your abdomen to have a look inside your tummy.
I think that orthopedic would be better as rheumatologists usually only deal with autoimmune problems.
For your joint pain and pain in the little toes the better doctor would be the rheumatologist but for your other problems I would prefer the orthopaedic.