Ok so I'll start with all the tests I've had:
1 Abdominal Sonogram
1 Full bloodwork test (done for new insurance policy)
1 Consultation with a Natural Medicine person
Doc office tours:
I have had stomach pains for abit. Upper right part of my stomach and somtimes to the left. The pain comes and goes. My "stool" as it were is hard to pass and the doc said take more fiber, so i have been and it helps, but when i stop taking it, things don't work as well again. I went to a specialist (g.i.) guy and he did an endoscopy. The result came back and he only found a little more stomach acid than usual, nothing to be worried about. He asked if it still hurt, i said sometimes. We then set up a Full abdominal sono-gram. Result came back with nothing wrong. Infact, perfect from what i understand. He said perhaps a colonoscopy as well - but (no pun intended) we don't have the money to pay the co-pay on that right now.
Also taked with a naturopath. She had me drinking apple cider viniger to get "alkaline" again. Also had me taking some herb mixture. I can't tell any difference when i do these things, and i stuck with it for a month.
So now my stomach is still doing the same thing, except sometimes it sensative to touch as a weird tingling pain. Doc's endoscopy also did testing for ciliac and other stomach things - all were negative. The bloodwork was scott free to. I'm in "perfect" shape.
Been stuck in a job i have hated, will be laid off very soon (had talk with the brass), newly wed, recently relocated from denver to NYC about a year and half ago. Graduated college in Jan 2007. Just recently developed friendships in city outside of wife and I. The running "theory" from many people in this was stress causing all these problems. But i don't feel super stressed right now.
So thats all the info i can give you guys on it, but i would LOVE some ideas, diagnosis or whatnot. I was concerned this was some kind of Cancer but have been reassured by these tests (by the docs i've talked to) that can't be it. So i just want to know what it is and how to get rid of it!
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