For about two months now I have been having trouble keep down food. Every time I eat I get pain right below my sternum and it seems to vibrate down my abdomen. Most of the time the pain gets so bad I end up puking only 15 mins after eating. I went to a GI specialist and she did a blood test and upper endoscopy. My blood test came back normal other than an elevated bilirubin and my biopsy results for my upper endo were normal. I got scheduled for another blood test and an ultrasound. My ultrasound came back clear, but my bilirubin was still elevated. What could be causes me this pain and a high bilirubin? I've lost over 15 pounds so far, and no matter how much sleep I get I am always so tired and my body aches. Is there an explanation for everything?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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