As per my other thread in regards to having RUQ pain after all the test, I went to see my regular doctor to get my latest test results. He said that I have a non peptic ulcer. He told me this isn't something that you want, thus it affects your nervous systems in your abdominal area where your digestive system contracts inproperly. My gi specilist said this is what was causing my pain before, and the medication he gave to me didn’t help. The specialist who did my test put me on novo-domiperidone to help my nervous system contract properly. Yet I doubt it will work since this is a similar medication I had before. So I will try to see if the medication will work, since they say it can’t be my gallbladder.
They are also sending me to do some more tests to see if there is a chemical unbalancement, since this doesn’t show up on any test or it is hard to diagnose. My question is after all this and all the test say that I am fine and the pain is still consistent with having gallbladder, what else is there to do? I went off all high fatty foods, and this somewhat helped with the pain. Yet I still get the sensation that something is being squeezed under my right rib cage or a stabbing pain that radiates to my back.
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