I would really like your opinion on what may be causing my symptoms as well as what I can do to get better. I have had a diagnosis for > 7 yrs. 40 year old female with gastroparesis of unknown origin. normal colenoscopy, 2 upper endoscopies with mild espohagitis. CT scan 2 years ago showed a liver lesion and gall bladder polyps. The lesion was later diagnosed as a hemangioma and is stable for 2 years now as are the polyps( US in Jan).
I really never get "heartburn" but nausea, lightheadedness, abdominal pain...diffuse and all over, and feel as though I may pass out. All cardiac stuff has been ruled out but I feel soooooo sick. The sensation will come out of the blue and for no reason. I am on a PPI and PRN reglan, which I try not to take too often....I ended up with a high prolactin level at one point.
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