I am a 29 yr old female and after having my daughter in 2007 I have had nothing but progressing symptoms. After numerous tests that showed normal results, It was found during endoscopy that I had erosive esophagitis and reflux. I sort of got used to the pain, treated the heartburn with antacids and the pain was "come and go" in the upper right of my abdomen. Exactly where they said my esophagus is badly eroded. In 2011 I experienced what seemed like an attack of nausea, diahrrea and pain. Went in for the scan where they inject you with the contrast and see how your gallbladder empties, I projectile vomited all over the nurses there what I had eaten 13 hours earlier. My gallbladder was working at 94%, after 3 doctors looked over my case, it was decided that it was overworking and I had my gb removed. The symptoms subsided, I only experienced symptoms after drinking alcohol, consuming wheat and sometimes in the morning times. Since January of this year, I have had chronic pain in upper rt abdomen (same place previously but MUCH WORSE) that feels like burning and occasionally stabbing. Left lower abdomen it feels like my pelvic bone aches, I have constant nausea-even with taking anti nausea meds and diahrrea up to 10 times a day. In march I had a colonoscopy which an internal/external grade 1 hemorrhoid was found, inflammation and 3 polyps which were non cancerous. 2 wks later I had an endoscopy which showed a hiatal hernia, esophagitis, 2 small ulcers and gastritis. I am currently on omerpozale 40 mgs/day, Tylenol when needed and Prozac 40mg/day. Yesterday I vomited what appeared to be coffee grounds an noticed that my diarrhea was extremely dark. They took my blood at the convenient care clinic and had to send it off, said they would call me in the next couple of days. I've heard nothing. Today I am running a low grade temp, can only tolerate liquids (barely). I have never been so sick, I feel as if I'm dwindling away and nothing is being done. Also I have been tested for uc, chrons, cancer and celiac. All negative. Please help!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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