wow,sounds just like my life!,,,i get all the same things,damn the same tests,and then some!
no one ever found **** about it either.
i think its got something to do with gullbladder or pancreas not working right,,,something,though tests show nothing wrong.
maby you should also have then check for crohns disease,or h phlori
thats a kinda stomach bacterial infection that tends to go undetected for some time,and often hard to cure.
and YES anxiety will make you dizzy felling too,i get that also,,but if im calm,,,i do alright after a day or two.
stress from not knwing will drive you nuts!,,believe me i know!
Thanks for responding,
I have already been tested for h phlori and that was negative. I have also had multiple tests done on my gallbladder which all say is fine too. I do know I have irritable bowel and have a history of diverticulitis, celiacs disease as well as lactose intollerance. I'm sure at one point my gallbladder will go bad as my mother, her sister, my grandmother and my great grandmother have all had it removed! Who knows, I guess I am doomed to have stomach problems. I am going to suggest, once I get to see my gastro in february to do a lower gi series as perhaps there is something going on there.
I do have to agree that the anxiety of not knowing what is wrong while you are experiencing horrific pain in crazy. I know that there is probably nothing seriously wrong but the waiting and anxiety associated with it is almost sometimes worse than the pain and discomfort.
If I find any thing out, I'll be sure to post it. Perhaps it could give you some help or lead you in the right direction for figuring out the problem.
Good luck to you and thank you again for responding.
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Withdrawal symptoms you are describing are identical to exposure to genetically modified foods.Do you live close to fields planted with soy bean and corn.To get more information please watch Dr.Jeffrey Smith video about allergies to GMO foods.