"I have had upper abdominal pain for years and recently had some blood work checking on my pancreas. The results showed a low Amylase level of 22 (30-140 being normal range). What does this mean? Is it bad that my amylase level is low?..."
Just a quick note to say hi! hello i was so glad or sad to see someone with the same problem i have had for 30 years ,, always in the upper middle stomach and very severe at times,,, i had my gallbladder removed,, i been told i had pancretitias,, i been told iam crazy LOl when the pain finally goes away there is no symptons leaving the reason why it started??? my doc thinks i only want pain meds but they cant find out why,,,also my bowels stop moving just like you. iam having an MRI on my abdonimal area and see what is going on iam 46 now and been dealing with this since i was 16 years of age iam so tired as well i had at 18 something called a super selective vagotomy to remove acid producing nerves on my belly still didnt help so here iam 30 years later the attacks lasts longer now.
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