My gut hurts

Posted by acid2come @acid2come, Jan 3, 2020

My stomach is so tender I can’t stand to wear anything around it.. It hurts if I walk to hard, driving down a rough road, I have sharp pains under right breast and on right side of stomach.. it makes me feel sick to stomach when something pushes on it.. feels like something under rib cage is turning and twisting ..in a lot of pain … any ideas?

@astaingegerdm

So far the report is not bad at all. Z line is where the lining of esophagus and stomach meet. Inside of stomach reddish but no bleeding ulcers. Duodenum normal. You probably will get the biopsy results soon.

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Hello, I told you all the test I had done and the report that I’ve got so far…all the doctor has said so far is to keep taking the same acid medication that I’ve been taking for 12yrs..
Question: if that medicine was working why am I hvin so much trouble? Any ideas?on what I need to do?
I’m having trouble breathing (asthma)? But the asthma medicine doesn’t help my breathing..it makes the acid worse..I’m so lost!!!everything I read sounds like that’s the answer to what I have but it doesn’t give me the answer to a solution… maybe it’s (eosinophils asthma)🤷‍♀️
If you treat one it makes the other one act up..
Like I said I’m lost… I can’t seem to get the doctors on the same page… working together..
In the mean time life is passing me by..
I’ve been this way since August not enough air to walk across the room,no energy, muscle spams, fatigue, dry cough.. hard to swallow, acid bad taste, feels like I have something stuck in my throat…but when I go to doctor my oxygen level is good so they don’t take me serious…
Any suggestions?? Or ideas?
I would truly appreciate it

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@acid2come – I assume it was the gastroenterologist who did all this testing and advised you to keep taking the same medicine? Do you have an internist or family doctor who you see for everything else? If so, that doctor should also be able to interpret the limited advise you got. Second- there also has to be a reason why you have difficulty breathing. Could very well be asthma- possibly worse if you have acid reflux. Your oxygen could be normal and you still can have difficulty breathing.
I have been followed by a pulmonologist for years- on and off bad asthma. They perform pulmonary function tests whenever I visit.
It is helpful to have one “ doctor home” so to say- they can help coordinate your care too.
Please have your breathing evaluated!

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@astaingegerdm

@acid2come – I assume it was the gastroenterologist who did all this testing and advised you to keep taking the same medicine? Do you have an internist or family doctor who you see for everything else? If so, that doctor should also be able to interpret the limited advise you got. Second- there also has to be a reason why you have difficulty breathing. Could very well be asthma- possibly worse if you have acid reflux. Your oxygen could be normal and you still can have difficulty breathing.
I have been followed by a pulmonologist for years- on and off bad asthma. They perform pulmonary function tests whenever I visit.
It is helpful to have one “ doctor home” so to say- they can help coordinate your care too.
Please have your breathing evaluated!

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Ok, sounds like good advice.. I didn’t think about it that way…thank you for your time

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