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What is the likelihood of having a pancreas issue after having a clear EUS scan?
I've been having abdominal pain for over 8 months now, it started off very vague and intermittent but is now a lot more persistent and intense, it is all over abdomen and mid/upper back and now my shoulders and left side of my neck.
I am constantly very tired.
Stools are mostly tan coloured, loose and floating with occasional diarrhea.
My abdomen pulses up and down constantly. I am neither skinny or overweight. 5'11" and just over 12 stone.
I have now noticed my abdomen protrudes on the right side of my belly button much more than the left hand side.
I have been back and forth to doctors and a few gastro's, had countless tests: ultrasound, numerous ct's, mrcp/mri, colonoscopy, endoscopy, bone scan, angiogram, EUS, fecal fat and numerous bloods. All have come back clear and no one can tell me what is wrong.
Before all this started, I was a fit, strong, happy and healthy 41 year old, I am now a shadow of my former self. I have become anxious and have been on mirtazapine for 5 months.
After all that clear testing, how likely is it that I could still have a pancreas issue?
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