Pain, diarrhea and vomiting for 2 years. No diagnosis

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Hi everyone! Im brand new here. Ive been looking around forums and I cant quite find someone who has all the symptoms as I do. 

Im 24 and female with no major medical problems.

Begining in May 2013 I started to feel nauseas everytime I ate anything at all. I began throwing up at least 4-5 times a week. Ive always had a sensitive stomach and Ive always had a problem with having diarrhea (at least 3 days out of the week for the last 5 years or so) 

Since this started Ive had a deep pain in my abdomen under my right rib, closer to the pit of my stomach. It is always there. Either just a dull pain or a very shart deep pain. The pain gets absolutely terrible to the point where I am just moaning in pain in bed. Episodes like this last at least 12 hours and can go up to 3 days. During this time I am usally throwing up as well. 

I throw up at least 3x a week. It doesnt matter what I eat or when I eat. (Although I do know fatty foods upset my stomach) 

I have had an ultrasound, a colonoscopy, an endoscopy and every blood test, stool test, urine test out there. Everything comes back clear. 

Not celiac, not chrons. 

All of the doctors believe it is just IBS but I dont think I am sold. I also have anxiety and depression but that is under control.

If it was IBS would I be able to pinpoint exactly where the pain is coming from? Has anyone else experienced such things?

Thank you. Any info will help 

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    Try moderate fluid intake immediately before and after meals. Never drink and eat. I found I was much more prone to vomiting when fluids were added. I eat small portions, and feel very full, very quickly.

    My symptoms have presented for over 3 years, but now Adee mainly in the morning or early afternoon. Its been over 3 years.

    Stress was/is a major factor.

    Good luck,


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