I can have oatmeal, cereal, a sandwich without pickles, anything gentle.At first, even applesauce on an empty stomach gave me pain. Now, I am still careful with nuts, oranges, anything citrus, too much salsa, etc. IFFGD is an excellent source for information. When I feel the pain just stirring, I take an antispasmodic pill under my tongue and it stops.
I am doing fine now. It was bad at the beginning until I found a doctor who explained all this to me. They still do not know what causes the pain. They think that some people have a very sensitive gut that most people do not have. Why that happens, who knows.View Thread
A number of years ago I had the same problem and when my doctor could no longer help me, I went to the university hospital. I was given more tests and the result was I had functional disorder of the GI tract. It is a function and therefore not visible on any tests. The pain is spasms that you are having. I was given antispasmodic medicine and a probiotic that I take to this day.. I keep away from skins of fruit, and watch what I eat on an empty stomach. There is a website, I believe it is IFFGD that might help you. I was having those pains a couple of times a day at the beginning. Now I have them about three times a year. Go to a good gastro doctor. Good luch.View Thread