I have had stabbing upper (very high) left abdominal pain for the past two years. I suffer from diarrhea and bloating regularly. I also suffer occassionally from nausea, vomitting, and sour burps. I have been to the doctor and had an upper and a lower G.I. done that showed that I don't have Crohn's disease or cancer. I scheduled a few follow-ups with the specialist that were always cancelled by the dr. office. A visit to the P.C.P. showed gastritis a prescription helped some but didn't get rid of symptoms. I notice that symptoms are worse when I eat eggs or breaded foods. If I drink more than one cup of coffee I have pain. Cokes sometimes make it worse too.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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