I started having these attacks in june of 06. the dr finally figured out that i had gallstones and removed my gall bladder in march of 07 (last month). i have still been having the attacks. i have had 5 in the past week which is when they started again. it starts in my upper abdomen and i feel it in my back just as bad. i vomit and my abdomen shakes like crazy. i cant move or breath during these attacks. they are so bad that i would honestly rather die. i went to the e.r and they did nothing for me. they sent me home and said some blood tests came back normal. i dont even know what they tested me for!! This pain stayed for about 3 days the last time and i still feel it. its in the same place just not as severe. im managing with percocet for now. but i feel that it can act up again at any given time and be really severe. i went for an abdominal ultrasound last week and they told me today that it came back normal. wtf?? i dont know what is wrong with me. i feel like i have indigestion, i know i have gerd i take 2 nexiums every day. the 40 mg ones. and the dr says my acids are under control. i dont know what to do anymore. i have diarreah all the time. i go at least 7 times a day and its always runny or very narrow. could that be part of what ever is causing these pains? i really feel like if the dr's cant find out what is wrong i just want to die. i cant live like this. in constant pain. i told God that im ready to go if this is how i have to feel cuz its more than i can bear. i cant take it anymore. its all in my upper right and left abdomen. in the middle of the upper abdomen. and in my back under my shoulders. please someone tell me i am not crazy. it would be nice if someone could come up with some suggestions for me to throw at the doctors too. i feel like they are just in it for the money. the more tests they run, the more money they get! i am tired of hurting. i am only 23 years old and dont want to live the rest of my life like this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
Know the five types of psoriasis and how to spot flares.
Newer diabetes treatments can suppress appetite and aid weight loss.
Try these tips to get your salivary glands back into action.
Constipation is a common side effect of opioid and narcotic pain medicines.
Is it sensitive skin or something else?