Elastic Band Pain around Stomach Below Belly Button

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For OVER one year, I have had Elastic Band Pain around my Stomach, Below my Belly Button. I have had an Endoscopy and Colonoscopy and found nothing. I had double hernia surgery after I thought it was a recurrent hernia but hernia surgery did not stop the pain.

ANYONE else have this elastic band pain feeling like you are being RIPPED IN HALF?

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    Look at the lumbar spine, there may be a problem there.

     

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      You can rub irritating ointments and gels on the basis of red pepper if symptoms appear.
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      I do not understand what you mean by: "so the problem is here, "

      I wnat to know WHAT is wrong, Thanks, Jeff

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    The henia surgery may have disturbed abdominal nerves and caused neuralgia; ask your doctor about that. 
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      Pain started Feb 2017 - I had original hernia surgery in 2008 and recurrent hernia surgery June 2017 so NOT related as pian started BEFORE 2017 surgery
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      It is still possible that your recurrent hernia surgery has added to the pain you already had. Abdominal surgery can leave you with neuralgic pain.  You said your pain started in February 2017 but you also say that your pain started before your 2017 surgery.  Could you explain what you mean?
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      I would ask for an abdominal ultrasound or MRI to investigate the area where you feel the pain. Has your doctor made any suggestions at all about what it could be?  Are you having any other symptoms such as bowel habit change and does the pain shift about your stomach?
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      I had a stomach ultrasound that found potential stones in the common bile duct BUT an MRI showed nothing
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      Were actual stones found on the ultrasound?  Potential stones sounds like no stones were found or that the scan wasn’t clear  enough to determine if stones were there.
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