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Once again thanks Dr. What has been happening here is I had myself all
worked up because the pain that I was experiencing because of the
omental imfarct was not matching up with the way I know gastiritis should be, creating anxiety which makes matters worse as we all know. So now
with a new approach by a new gastro-doc I have a better outlook and insight. By the way this was found by a CT scan because I went to the ER
for back pain turned out to be kidney related and I passed gravel.
Our VA is associated with the Hershey Medical Center.
When I worked there I was a traction tech in the poly trauma units so I am not up to speed in internal medicine.
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