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Extreme Fatigue & other problems

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Have any of you had issues with extreme fatigue...especially right after eating? I have had digestive problems for a year...nausea, cramps, bloating, gas. But I also have lots of fatigue...I mean I get really wiped out a lot right after eating. It doesn't matter what I eat or how much. Can even be a snack.
Dr. says I have IBS, but just had Ultrasound yesterday. Pain has started on right side and in gall bladder this week. Colonoscopy and celiac tests are normal. I'm thinking it's gallbladder now, but after reading these posts and hearing people say their tests are normal, its scaring me to think I may be back to square one.
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replied August 14th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Your symptoms could be suggestive of Gall Bladder disease.Sometimes USG scan does not show up if there are any stones,imfection or inflammation in the duct.
Get a HIDA scan done which helps in ruling the exact location and cause if any.Consider visiting a Physician for evaluation.

Take Care!


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