I've read many discussions on this topic, but I'm wondering if someone has had a similar story.I'm a 35 year old female. 2 years ago I had an endo and colonoscopy which read "normal" so I figured that was good, but did not explain the chronic ache in my abdomen on the right side which has persisted ever since. I began losing weight without trying 6 months ago (15lbs) so far. That might not seem like that much, but I was already thin to begin with. The doctor believes it's from depression. Anyway, I also mentioned the ache in my side, so he sent me for an ultrasound, the ultrasound found a lesion on my liver that was solid in nature (the doctor doesn't think it's what is causing the pain). The ultrasound couldn't diagnose, so they sent me for a CT with and without contrast dye. The results stated that it appears much like a hemangioma but would need an MRI to confirm. A CT I had 3 years ago did not show a lesion on my liver, but that I had right sided diverticulitis, and was hospitalized for 3 days. The scope I had later shows that I did not have diverticulitis after all. So we now have no clue what caused that infection. I frequent changes in bowel movements and occasionally see blood in my stools, and almost always see mucous. Could be IBS but I can't seem to get a definite diagnosis. Dr has referred me to another gastroenterologist for a "second opinion", this suggests he's a little concerned as well. I'm worried because of all my other symptoms and that fact that the tests I've had so far can't give a definitive diagnosis.