I seem to have additional symptoms with my sphincter of oddi dysfunction
It seems I have the sphincter of oddi dysfunction with the usual abdominal pain and vomiting(first my gall bladder was taken out) with very elevated liver enzymes etc... I have seen a gastroenterologist several times who has narrowed it down to that. But my question is about some of the other symptoms I seem to get before I get an attack, he does not know of them as related... I now seem to be able to predict when an attack is coming because I feel very ill. It feels a bit like the flu with aches, tired and shortness of breath etc... but no fever. I use the word "poisoned" for how I feel. This lasts a few weeks before an attack. Wierd I know but could the bile or something cause me to feel "poisoned"?
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