I've had abdominal pain and neausea for over a year.

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Neausea started in Sept 2015. Then in April 2016 my upper middle abdominal started hurting along with the neausea. All day and all noght. Had an endoscopy and H-Pylori and stomach inflamation was found. Took a 14 day triple antibiotic treatment. After 4 months I still have neausea and abdominal pain. Had a nuclear CT scan and a HIDA scan in Sept 2016. Liver , gallbladder , pancreas and ducts all normal. Now , something new. B/P and heart rate are not normal anymore. B/P 136/90 H/R 112 almost all day with neausea , abdominal pain and upper middle back ache. Everything has gone from bad to worse. Have an appointment with the cardiologist tomorrow October 19th. Very scary now. Have had heart bypass surgery 6 years ago. Hard to believe , none of these doctors have suggested maybe an artery or heart probled. I made the appointment because I simply didn't know what else to do. Don't know how all this will work out but if neausea is present everyone should go see the cardiologist first I think. Can't do much without your motor. I should have gone to the cardiologist first I guess. Just aggravates me that out of all of these professionals ? not one suggested blood flow could cause all these symptons.

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    Was cardiologist who found my chronic pancreatitis after 5 ultrasound scans showed nothing
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      I'm just saying if there's neausea , the best place to start looking for the reason is a cardiologist. I go to a cardiologist every 6 months anyway. At the last appointment I told him I have been neauseated , but the gastroenterologist found the H-Pylori , so he also assumed that's what was causing the neausea just like I did. So he didn't order test other than for the carotid arteries , which were fine. I don't really know yet though . Maybe the arteries and heart will be fine. In that case I don't know what to do.

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    So sorry to hear Portacrean.  You highlight just how fallible our doctors are, a fact we generally don't discover until we're really sick. 

    I hope your heart isn't the cause as you're obviously stressed by this possibility.  Do let us know how things went with your appointment. 

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