hi, i am a 20 year old female, and the doctor tells me i have gastritis, and acid reflux which is a common symptom of gastritis. i went to him about a week ago and i told him i felt a rolling lump from the bottom of my abdomen to the upper epigastric area on right side, i experienced that the day before i went to him. this rolling lump only occurs the day after and most likely the morning afetr i eat late at night. the day i saw him i had not eaten much the day before so he could not feel anything wrong with me. i thought maybe it could be a hernia... he ordered a ct scan of the abdomen and pelvic areas... the ct scan came back normal... i saw him a week ago and since then this rolling lump which sometimes makes mushy sounds has been there several mornings after seeing him. he says it might be gas or the intestines, but why would it only be in the same area? does anyone have any insight for me, i am desperate to know why my tummy is so inflammed and what this rolling bump that dissapears when i push in and roll it from the bottom of my tummy to the epigastric area is? i am scared if a ct scan cant pick up a hernia sometimes what should i do.. what will pick it up? or what else could i have?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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