Sorry you're having this problem. My daughter has had this now for several months, hence all the tests. If your symptoms just started the last few days, it can be a number of things that cause it, hence all the tests my daughter has had. Suggest you not wait and immediately see a dr. Most likely it is something that is minor and one of the tests will show this.View Thread
Minutes after eating anything, even drinking water, my daughter (young adult) has severe bloating and discomfort in mid to lower abdomen. No Diarrhea, no constipation, no vomiting. Listerally within minutes of eating anything, she's holder her abdomen. Every meal, or even a small snack. Bloated, nauseas and some destention. It can last for several hours after dinner. Has had blood tests for tyroid, liver, kidney. All normal. Had general blood and urine tests - normal Took antibotic for SIPO possibilty - No affect Had test for celiac - normal. H.Pylori - negative Had stomach emptying test - normal Had upper GI endoscopy - normal (several biopsis samples, all normal) Took PPI for 3 months - no affect Gasx - No affect Had complete abdominal and pelvic MRI with contrast (Barium and IV) - Normal (Had two different radiologists look, and one specifically to look for Cysts, Tumors, Obstructions, Intussusception, Ovarian Cancer, dysgerminoma, Diverticular Disease, Stones, Pancreatic issues, Thinking of walls of intestines ... all negative and/or normal) Normal temperature and blood pressure Taking Hysocyamine - just started, but so far no help Next Step - Gall Badder test, but she doesn't have symptoms, (pain location), etc. doesn't seem likely We are at wits end. She's doesn't want to eat because she knows that the bloating, pain, etc. will come .. every time, with anything she eats. Doesn't really have much gas (burps a bit more than usual) Is Starving, yet nauseas.
What's left? What on earth can this be? Please help if you can .. thx View Thread
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