I have the exact same problem with my stomach! Other than the pancreatitis everything is spot on. I had my gall bladder taken out a little over 5 years ago an it went away for a few years then came back in full force about a year ago. It started one day when I was eating and all the sudden felt like I was going to vomit (my stomach didn't hurt, I just felt nauseas). I never actually got sick but I thought I was going to. It's gotten a lot worse. Now my stomach hurts constantly it seems like. I'll go days with eating very little or not at all bc of the pain an feeling nauseas. It's always my upper stomach too. I've had multiple tests and everything comes back normal. The doctors say I have a "nervous stomach" but I think it's a lot more than that. It effects my daily life style and it's awful! I take protonix everyday but it doesn't help, I still experience the problems.View Thread
I have had stomach issues for the past several years. It started when I was a senior in high school (2009) when I had my gall bladder taken out. It went away for a few years but now it is back and in full force. I'll be fine for a few days and then I'll be terrible for a few. My upper stomach is always hurting and sometimes I even feel like I am going to vomit but never do. I have had every test possible done and the doctors just say I have a "nervous stomach", but I think it's a lot more than that. I have lost weight over the past several months bc I go days without eating due to the pain and feeling sick. I don't know what to do anymore because nobody can help me and it's very annoying to live with. Anyone have any suggestions or similar problems?View Thread
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