In late October, I started having sharp stabbing pain in my lower right abdomen. I went to doctors and went to doctors where they did CT scans, blood tests, x rays, and physical exams. They said I had all of the symptoms of appendicitis, but there was no inflammation, so there was nothing for them to do.
Finally, after a trip to the ER in early December, the CT scan showed one possible gall stone. They admitted me to the hospital and removed my gall bladder. The surgeon said that it was so full it would have burst if they hadn't removed it then.
In January, I was told I have Celiac disease. The doctor didn't perform any tests, he just said that's what he thinks was wrong with me. I went on a gluten free diet and it helped with the diarrhea, but the stomach pain is still present.
I've been back to the doctor but none of them seem to know what's wrong with me. They each say that there's one more test they can do, but they don't do it and can't refer me to someone who can. My symptoms are as follows:
sharp stabbing abdominal pain, slight fever (99.9-100.3), headaches, diarrhea or loose stools alternating with constipation.
Does anyone know what this may be?
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