painful spasms in solar plexus after food or drink
I have a very painful sound after food that seems to come from my solar plexus that my coworkers describe as a yelp. I have to gasp for air and sometimes it takes a few seconds to get air back in. I would call it a spasm. I have tried narrowing down food types, but it happens with any foods and water so far. I had an endoscope and the doc saw nothing. I have had this for over two years, but it has gotten considerably worse in the past few months. I don't have heart burn. I had fundoplication 12 years ago. I am just below my average weight for height, don't drink or smoke and eat healthy, and exercise. I have tried nexium with no change. When at it's peak after any food, it can happen 10 times in 10 minutes. . Help! and thanks for any help.
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