Left upper quadrant abdominal pain, for nearly 9 years.
Yesterday I was released from hospital after spending three days there. Again a gastroscopy was done and nothing was found in my intestines. So my doctor send me for a sonar. The doctor that performed the procedure could find nothing wrong with my organs ie: liver, pankreas, spleen etc. But what he found was a benign cyst on my long lobe. If I'm not mistaken, it was 25mm. The docter did not even come to discuss the results with me, because it was his Wednesday afternoon off. I feel so disgusted in the whole setup and medical profession (pardon my negativity):mad:.
Can this be the coulpritt that give me this constant stabbing pain in my left upper abdominal quadrant?
Can you please be so kind and give me some advise.
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