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no appendix, gallbadder still have problems!

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  • Posted By: angiea2105
  • March 26, 2008
  • 05:17 AM

In summer of 05 i had my wonderful daughter. After having her I had severe stomach pains, went to the ER and found out i had gallstones....in oct. 05 it was removed. After the surgery I had and sadly still have reacurring stomach pains after eating. I went into the ER 3 times for reacurring kidney infections. Fed of 07 I had sever pains so bad I went to the ER (once again) and found out i had appendicitis. My appendix was removed that night (emergancy surgery).

From the time after I had my first surgery (gallbladder) until now I still have problems with my stomach. It always happens after I eat. I get BAD pains in my lower stomach, oily diarehee, feel hot as if i need to pass out, and the pain doesnt go away until i go to the bathroom. The pain is worse then giving birth!! This happens about 4+ times a week. It doesnt matter what i eat, nothing helps. I have tried tums, rolaids, pepto, zantac, prilocac, anti-gas, IBS pills, fiber suppliment pills. NOTHING helps. I cant even eat in public anymore without the worry of me having bad pains and running to the bathroom. :(

Last month I had blood work and a colonoscopy done. Everything came up fine (let me tell you how frusatation that was!)

I'm running out of options I dont know what else to do. I'm getting married in June and was hoping the colonoscopy would have my answers...WRONG! :(:confused:

Is there anyone else out there with these problems? Anything to relieve the pain? What should my next step be to find out whats wrong?:confused:

I'm a 21 year old female, 120lbs, 5'3.

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