17 yr old female with reflux to the point of voimiting, with severe epigastric pain and nausea.
Tests: H-Pylori, CT w/ oral and IV contrast of abd and pelvis, gastro, ultrasound of gallbladder, bloodwork, x-ray of abd, and the latest a CCK-HIDDA scan of the gallbladder all came back normal. The pain is located where the gallbladder is located and to the right side. Several Neg urine for preg (although has had two menstrual cycles within the illness time) and urine culture negative. Anyone know what it might be? Nexium, bentyl, etc. not helping. Any suggestions? Thank you.
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