Pain right side close to the belly button - transverse colon ptosis
I am here as most of you trying to find some answers 🙂
I am 32 yo and I've been having strange pain attacks for the last 15 years that have always been located in the same area - close to my belly button on the right side. Usually i had one episode per yer & always thought I had chronic appendicites. 2 years ago I woke up in the middle of the night from an excruciating pain attack and ended up in the ER only to find out I was healthy...Since that day the pain never left, I am in a daily pain in the very same area that feel like somebody is squeezing my intestines. Sometimes it gets bit better, sometimes it gets worse and sometimes I have the very painful attacks when I can't inhale because it hurts that bad. In the 2 year I've done 3 CT scans, 3 colonoscopies, gastroscopy, maybe 30 ultrasounds, 1 MRI, idk how many blood tests, 1 diagnostic laparoscopy during which they removed my appendix (saying it was chronically inflames). After the surgery I felt better for a while but the pain attacks slowly started to return and in 2 months I was back to standing on my knees and waiting for the pain to let go. Moreover, now I have a strange discomfort in the upper right side (I believe where liver is) but again, as per all tests I am compliteley healthy. The only abnormality doctors found is that I have a long transverse colon which has falled down to the under the belly button area and a cecum located deep in the pelvis, judging by the MRI pics that's exactly where I have my pain..And maybe the upper right pain comes from the Payr's syndrom (not sure if I spelled it correctly). I am healthy gyenocologically, I don't have IBS or IBD. The area of pain is alweays painful so I feel it when doctors press there. I used to think that maybe I had ACNES but I think the pain is connected with bowel movements.
I had also recently discovered that I had Yersenias, not sure when though, but the doc said that I had elevated markers that indicated that I no longer have it? I never have diarrhea, nor do I have a constipation, I do have a tendency to get constipated, but it might happen 1/2 months for 3 days and strangely enough those 3 days are the days of pain relief. I do also have orange mucus in my stool (apologies for the detail..)I honestly would be ok if I had my pain episodes 1/year as before because being in a debilitating pain daily literally sucks life out of a person, I can't even walk fast, sitting in the same position for too long isn't possible, standing too long isn't possible..
My main questions is probably does anyone here has a transverse colon ptosis that causes daily pain? Would a colon resection to make it shorter and hence naturally lifted to where its supposed to sit be helpful? Or is it possible that my Yersenia infection is still there?
I am sorry for the long read...it's been very hard these 2 years with all the pain, doctors that have 0 interest and unability to lead a regular life.
Anyhow, thank you in advance for everyone who would respond 🙂