where is the pain in your back and is it also in the upper right part of your abdomen. i have sphincter of oddi dysfunction which is a diorder of the stomach paire dwith gerd and i get pain in my back and shoulder blades, chest and upper right quadrantView Thread
hi im 23 and my name is chloe. ive been suffering from right upper quadrant pain that radiates all over my abdomen and back as well as nausea for 4 years. after tons of tests and several exploratory procedure i was diagnosed almost a year ago with sphincter of oddi dysfunction. i tried to treat it with meds but did not help so on the 26th of this month i am having an ercp at university medical center in tucson. there is not that much literature on the procedure and the type of repair i am going to have. i was wondering if anyone has had an ercp for any reason. if you have i am just wondering what to expect. id be greatful for any input. thanksView Thread
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