Female. teen. 5'4. 135 lbs. Good health besides what's listed in the thread.

Since February of this year I've experienced abdominal pain.
Symptoms include the following:
Moderate to severe abdominal pain(mainly in the right upper quadrant but sometimes radiates to the left upper quadrant) that gets worse after eating any kind of food
Diarrhea ranging in colors(dark brown, paler brown, light/dark green, orange)
Nausea
Vomiting in rare instances
Back pain(not sure if related but I don't recall back pain before the abdominal pain started)

Tests my doctor did in the months March-June:
Ultrasound
MRI with contrast
CT Scan with Contrast
Upper-endoscopy
Colonoscopy
Blood/stool samples

What doctors have ruled out:
IBS
Pancreas/liver/gallbladder problems
Celiac Disease

What doctors found:
Mild gastritis, esophagitis, and duodenitis(doctor said they weren't bad enough to cause my symptoms to be as bad as they are)

The doctors were stuck and didn't know where to go from where we left off so I stopped making appointments. Went to the ER last month due to severe pain, they did another ultrasound but nothing was found.

So far no medications helped the pain except for Narco(duh.)

Any ideas about what could be wrong? Or ideas about pain management?
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replied November 11th, 2014
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

Gastritis, esophagitis, and duodenitis warrants
a two week course of A PPI like Esomeprazole and a prokinetic
like metoclopramide to see for improvement. You may also consult a
General surgeon to rule out acute cholecystitis.
Hiatal hernia can cause recurrent GERD, get tested for H pylori too.



wishing you best of health

thanks


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