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At a Loss – Severe Abdominal Pain and No Answers

Digestive Health | Last Active: Jan 25, 2019 | Replies (73)

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I'm so sorry to hear that you are suffering so much with this stomach pain. I had my gall bladder removed about 20 years ago, and I continued to have stomach pain. I was told the same thing about giving it time. Six months later, I went to another doctor because I was in so much pain, and he said he could see the pain in my eyes. He ordered a vaginal ultrasound and they discovered a large lemon sized mass on my left ovary. They scheduled me for surgery and prepared me emotionally for ovarian cancer. Turned out that I didn't have cancer, but I did have my ovaries removed. Later the doctor discovered that my surgeon for the gall bladder surgery had left a surgery clip in my side. I occasionally have pains in that area but I'm sure it's because of the clip.

I recommend that you have your doctor look at your pancreas. You sound like you could have pancretitis, which is quite painful and dangerous if let go too long. I don't know where you live, but if possible, look for another doctor. You need to see a doctor as soon as possible as you are having acute pain. I'm not a medical professional, so I can only make recommendations for you to be seen as soon as possible. Please let us know how things turn out after you see a doctor. Best of luck for you @hgarm . I misdirected this message to @enska . Sorry for the error.

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They checked my pancreas through blood work and said everything was in the normal range so everything is ok there as far as they are concerned. I had a vaginal ultrasound 6 months ago and everything was good butbthat could be a next step. The pain has gotten to the point where anytime I eat I end up screaming it's unbearable but no one can help me and all the Drs think its nothing

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