I'm 16, female and generally healthy.
I've been sick since the end of July. One night after dinner I got severe stomach pains and then I vomitted 6 times that night. It's been over two months and i still am not feeling any better. That day I had volleyball conditioning in the morning (from 9am-12pm) and then played volleyball that night (from 6pm-8.45pm). I came home and ate dinner, and that's when it all started.
My symptoms are:
severe upper abdominal pain (especially after eating, no matter what i eat)
nausea (most of the time, never really goes away)
dizziness (mostly in the beginning, but still get if sometimes)
For the record:
I am not constipated.
I do not have diarreha.
I have been admitted to the hospital twice for testing and all of the tests have come back normal. I've had 2 Gallbladder function tests, 2 ultrasounds, 2 endoscopies, a colonoscopy, numerous blood tests, test for parasites and a Barium x-ray. They have also done stool tests. All the tests have come back normal. In the beginning the docters thought it was Pancreatitus, but a second ultrasound dispproved that.
I've seen three GI docters, the first said it was all in my head, the second said that I had Non-ulcerous Dyspepsia (which is basically the symptoms of an ulcer without an ulcer), and the third thinks it's IBS. The third docter thought i might have Chron's disease because my cousin was diagnosed with it earlier this year. So i had the colonoscopy and the docter found bumps on my ilium, so the docter took a biopsy, but that came back normal.
Medicines I've been on:
Bentyl (for the IBS)
None of the medicines seem to lessen the pain or make me feel any better.
I am in pain 24/7 and I have not been to school but 2 days.
Can someone please help me?
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