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I have been having chronic abdominal pain for the past 4 years. I have seen a couple of gastroninterologists and have had a colonoscopy, endoscopy, blood tests, and an abdominal ultrasound. They found that I have eosinophilic esophagitis and a small hietal hernia. However after treatment to eliminate the esophagitis, the pain I have still continues. The pain I experience occurs after eating.
Gets worse after large meals
Hurts worse if I move around (even walking) after ea ting
Pain is alleviated by sitting up straight or standing up straight and restricting movement
Pain is in the center (maybe a little lower but not much) and slightly to the left anatomically
Also after meals, I become excessively full or will feel sudden fullness
Important to note: Still get hungry in the normal times a regular person would be expected to
Digestion seems to skip settling and rather goes from Uncomfortable fullness and ache to ache and then for a brief (less than 30 minutes) of relief then immediately to hunger.
Also interesting to note that if I eat a meal especially smaller and maintain good posture with little movement, stomach is almost nonexistent and discomfort is minimal as long as I maintain those circumstances.
This is a weird set of circumstances and understand if you cannot figure anythinf, just a little desperate
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