I've had stomach pain for 8 months, 16 years old.

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I have had abdominal pain for about 8 months now, it's been getting really bad recently. I am constipated and whenever I do poop, my poop is a sort of grey color. I have been to the doctors office multiple times and one time being the ER and they tell me my stomach is ok when I am positive something is wrong. Sometimes my anxiety gets so bad I can't breathe. Please give me some advice, my mind can't stop assuming the worst.

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    I think you should go to doctor and ask and have faeces test and blood test why do you leave it too long. The pain causes by constipation then drink plenty of water and eat fibre. But go to doctor.
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    Grey color is not considered normal unless it is affected by your dietry change?

    have your doctors ordered any stol test?

    Generally gray or clayish colors means bilary system has a problem (its not a sinister problem) . it might be your gallbladder, perhaps a few tests, getting reffered to GL specialist will rule out the problem.

    What i said above is mostly my own experience, i used to have a weird pain under my rib cage once in a while for many years which got worsen around early this year. after many tests and being told im OK my specialist ordered a HIDA scan which showed my gallbladder is not ejecting bile enough, so that rule out the problems I had ( pain, constipation with my stools being yellowish n pale sometimes but it depends on what i eat ) this problem can happan at any age, mine started at 23 ! anyways this may not be your problem, but it  is always worth geting referred to a specialist if all GPs believe your oK but your gut tells different story !

    although you migh be dealing with IBS!

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    Hi Roger I think you should find out if it's your gallbladder. When your stool is a different color,that's a sign of that,and the pain your having. Good luck with everything.

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