Can I know what happen to me?

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I admitted to hospital 2 days ago due to pain at epigastric + blood in stool. Ytd done endoscopy and ct scan with contrast. Come out result all normal. In same day evening, the pain come back with radiate to my back... Is not my gallbladder, my gallbladder removed on last year. Today, another blood test n maybe will arrange for a mri scan... Anyone know what happen to me?

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    blood in stool indicates some perforation or infections in the abdomen.  Your doctor should tell you more  
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    Gallbladder removal can cause complications such as IBS.  However, since you have blood, ask for a fecal calprotectin stool test to look for inflammation which may indicate IBD. Do you have change of bowel habit with your pain, and have you tried a food diary to see if any food upsets your stomach?
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      Bowel habit change from everyday 2 3 times to 2 days 1 time...

      I hv done MRCP scan, CT scan with contrast, blood tests, endoscopy. All look normal except hv mild gastritis n alot bile in stomach. Still I hv the same pain tht sometimes pain at epigastric area, then goes up to shoulder or radiate to back. Today my doctor suspect 2 things happen to me. 1 is mini mini stones tht cant detected at my bile duct.. 2 is adhension. So.... I dont know wat cause me pain =.= Better i keep my GB then remove it XD

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      Has your doctor suggested any treatment or further investigations to rule out these possibilities.
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      Have but he said do ERCP but then he told me not necessary to do tht coz all my report are in normal. Except the pain suddenly become worst and I rush into emergency... >.<

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