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gastrointestinal distress
What would cause nausea and vomiting after eating, severe abdominal pain and cramping lasting a week, no appetite, slightly eleated bilirubin levels?
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If it doesn't go away in would ask my doctor to test for gallstones and if that is negative see a gastroenterologist. There are many things with the same symptoms. After eating and increased bilirubin is why I would want to check for gallbladder, pancreatic or ulcer problems...though ulcer wouldn't increase bilirubin, it may just be an incidental finding. Hopefully it is a virus or from eating something that caused slight food poisoning and will go away.
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1441886 tn?1289405914
maybe gallstones
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