severe stomach pain after eating or drinking
Posted: 08-05-08 22:44pm
I have been suffering from horrible stomach pain that begins an hour or so after eating or drinking anything except sugar water (ie:Boost, chicken soup broth give me the same pain). It happens every single time I eat.
If I have eaten something solid (mashed carrots, rice, chicken noodle soup) the pain usually peaks and I just vomit it all up. I still have pain after I vomit but it subsides over the next 4 hours or so. I have had a scope (no sign of ulcer), ultrasound (nothing unusual - no gallstones seen), and a CT (nothing unusual seen).
I just recently discovered that by drinking Apple Cider Vinegar when in pain the pain is relieved. I am able to eat bits of homemade yogurt and very small amounts of mashed carrot but I have to keep drinking the ACV for a long time afterwards to keep the pain at bay.
My condition is not changing at all and I am worried to keep drinking all the ACV!!! I have gone from 125lbs to 112lbs and I am worried to keep losing weight and be no closer to figuring out what is wrong with me. The doctor has absolutely no idea what is wrong. Can anyone help at all?!!!!
It does sound like inflamed Gall Bladder symptoms I have had a severe pain over the last 3 weeks it has subsided now, but was aggrevated by eating Came on 2 hours after the meal, right side under the right rib radiating up to the shoulders and into the back,pain is severe and I have heard of a lot of others with it I went to google to find out if there was a Virus could do this, I couldnt find out anything, however I came up with something,I had beentaking drug that is actually a relexant but van be taken for Allergys as an anti histimine called Hydroxyzine, I was prescribed it for chronic Hives I have also been getting, on researching this drug I came up with that it can trigger virus infections!!They dont warn of this on the paper they give you with the Drugs, So are you taking any prescribed Meds?
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