I've had pain on my right side of mid-section, a few inches right of solar plex area. Have been through all kinds of tests.The doctor says everything looks normal and seems to be functioning correctly. Went to a Gasterologist. Ran more tests and an ultrasound. Dr. said everything looked normal, and diagnosed me with ibs. I felt like Dr. just called it that, because they couldn't find anything else. Pain seems worse from stress. Seems to be practically gone after good nites rest. But is constant, and usually there. Don't seem to be brought on by any particular food or drink. Can't find any relief. Can anyone share any similarities, or treatment opps.??View Thread
Thanks for info. Yes they ran a gallbladder test, where they fill it up and wait for it to empty, to check function. They said all looked good, and functioning normal. i'll ask doc. about any pancreatic test, and the meds. you mentioned. Bowel movements seem normal. If you hear or think of any other treatments or meds. please keep in touch. thank-you, for all your help. tgirl..View Thread
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