Hello. My name is Mary. I have posted here before, but I have not received any responses so I thought I would try again. I am a post Gastric Bypass patient. I had difficulties after surgery, but got past them. I had several health issues before my surgery, hoping losing weight would take care of them. I was hypoglycemic prior to my surgery, but Not a Diabetic. Well, about 1 year after my surgery the hypoglycemia became much worse. That was about a year and a half ago. I have been to some premiere doctors and still no diagnosis. I drop as low as below 10 and as high as 296. I have constant pain in my middle abdomen and back. I have been told my Lipase levels are high. Not as high as pancreatitis, but high non the less. I have been told by doctors I have "Chronic Conditions' and to go home and live what life I have left. I know that there is a condition called Nesidioblastosis, that they are finding after Gastric Bypass surgery. Even in people who have not had the surgery. If there is anyone who is experiencing this, or knows someone who is, please contact me. I am still trying to find a doctor to take care of it, but it would be nice to speak to someone who understands. Thank you for your time. Mary Sheppard.:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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