Hi, I saw where you answered a patient on medhelp. My daughter has been having severe nausea and has now developed this upper left just under rib cage sharp pain. Occurs every 30 seconds after she eats, for about an hour. Doesn't do this every time she eats. Has severe nausea in mornings primarily. Nausea all day at school, goes away about 5:00 in any case, at school or home. Nausea is stronger after eat. It is worse when wakes up, alleviates in shower, gets worse for a little bit after eat. Seems to be a little bit different every day.
I had my gallbladder removed 3 weeks ago. I feel like I still have gallbladder attacks because my stomach gets pains in them and wont go away for about 20 minutes. Is it still possible to have gallbladder attacks although you have no gallbladder?
About 7 years ago I had severe swelling of my abdomin, an increase of about 10 inches overnight. An Xray and sonogram indicated an enlarged liver, spleen and pancreas, but no cause was indicated despite many efforts to be seen by a doctor, one of them told me that "if we do every test there is and cannot find a cause, what then?" Siince then I swell often and recently the discomfort and pain pushes my ribs out and sometimes there is spasming under my ribs - a grabbing pain - which sometimes hangs on for ten minutes and sometimes releases within seconds. I don't eat a lot because I can eat two mouthfuls and feel full. The other thing is that my mother starved to death and was told that it was neurological at age 71. She told me that she ate every day. Can you help with answers
Could you take a look at my post. I am very concerned that I may have a bleeding ulcer. I could really use some reassurance and some suggestions of what tests to ask my Gastro for based on my symptoms.
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