I see you posted this a long time ago.... But everything you said is exactly me! I thought I was the only one! I'm now on Zoloft because my gastroenterologist says its all in my head! No one understands what hurts and why I feel so sick and exhausted all the time! The top of my abdomen is a feeling that is hard to describe..... Uncomfortable and sometimes painful! Nauseated n fatigued all the time! Can not drink at all... Makes me extremely sick! I really wish I has some answers too!!!!
Hi. Curious how you are feeling. I have the exact same symptoms as you with no diagnosis. Been involved with alcohol for a long time and now exhibit those panic symptoms and no doctor has a clue. Please let me know if you have made any progress.
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