Mysterious abdominal illness for 4 years

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Hi, for the last 4 years I have had a mysterious chronic abdominal illness that has not effected any tests that I have gotten done (all came back negative and not abnormal. I vomit 24/7, between 17 and 32 times a day. I have severe abdominal pain all over my gut especially circling and at my belly button. I am constantly nauseous and I belch a lot. Usually, when I belch vomit will come up or my stomach sucks in so much and I can't breather and I get a super bad pain that feels like I've been shot. I am constantly fatigue and my body is very weak everyday. I have been on every medication my doctors could think of and nothing ever works. I just want an answer to know what is going on and how I can get help.

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    Hello Mexjess,

    I had to read over your post twice to be sure I read it right. I really don't know if I have anything to suggest that will be of any help to you. It sounds like you could be dealing with acid reflux for one thing but to be sure it isn't anything else you need to seek a GI specialist. It must be difficult for you and I hope you can get some relief from this soon. 

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      Hi, thank you, yes I've been checked for acid reflux and it isn't that, I have seen two different GI specialists, and the next step is going to a facility where they specialize in just the abdominal region and do several studies.
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    Hi, I suggest you seek advice from a specialist, it was be awful. I hope you get better.
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      Hi, thank you very much, it is hard but I make it and live a happy life as best I can. I have seen two GI specialists and neurologists and therapy and nothing has helped yet.
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    Hi

    please what is Mysterious abdominal illness? the patient or any body have facts about this disease, symptoms,causes and treatment?

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