I underwent a SMA bypass surgery 10 hours and now am facing the next battle with my Celiac diagnosed with both disorders.
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I was diagnosed in 2016 w/ Celiac artery stenosis and a dissection of my SMA superior mesentaric artery with a 70% blockage I had a SMA bypass using my left femeral artery in Feb. 2017 at OHSU in Oregon. I still continue to have pain and March 2018 was hospitalized for a week with a tube in my stomach pumping out blood. My Celiac issue was never addressed so I seemed a second opinion and am going in for an angiogram and possible stent April 24th in Medford.
Feb 21, 2019 · Chronic Right-Side Abdominal/Back Gallbladder Pain in Digestive Health
Is any of your pain accompanied with your menstrual cycle at all or have you changed your eating habits or what your eating?
My daughter has been dealing with this same type of pain off and on for years, only after her gallbladder was taken out and her liver enzymes way high Everytime. When I was younger I went through similar pain excruciating pain that drop me to my knees but my mom was caused from endometriosis. That's why I asked if it could be related to your cycle.
Hello my name is Kelly and a year and a half ago I was diagnosed with a dissection of my SMA and Celiac ligament syndrome. I had bypass surgery for my SMA that took 9hrs & 47min. And this morning I am going back up to OHSU for more testing now to address my Celiac.