I am 73 yo female. 2 years ago I was diagnosed with uterine cancer (stage 1C) and had complete hysterectomy. About a month ago I started experiencing the following symptoms: waking up almost nightly with severe cramps and upper back pain. It is helped by walking around and usually subsides after few hours, usually after several rather loose BMs accompanied by passing of gas. I lost 6-8 pounds (I was not overweight). I had colonoscopy about 1/2 year ago and just now ultrasound, catscan, barium Xrays and upper GI endoscopy. None of these tests show any abnormalities except Pyllori bacteria in my stomach. My gastroentorologist states that he has no idea what is wrong - I suspect that he thinks that I am exaggerating my symptoms. He prescribed hyoscyamine - it does not seem to help. I was rather high functioning for my age and after a month of suffering like this I am a wreck! Please help SophieReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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