I am sixteen and a half years old and I've had stomach problems since I was fourteen. My symptoms include chronic heartburn, bloating and upper gas. I have also been hospitalized about eight times in the past two years due to stomach pain I sometimes experience (this pain has happened more than eight times, I've just been hospitalized eight times). It is a very strong pain in the central abdominal area and it causes vomiting (because the pain is so strong). I have no allergies that I know of. However, the pain seems to sometimes be triggered by certain vegetables including lettuce and cauliflower. No doctor had been able to come up with a diagnosis. please helpReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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