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This is a rather long post so I will try to do this by points.
"attack" - severe pain where gal bladder used to be. Followed by vomiting. Lasts anything from 1 to 6 hours. After vomiting the pain is relieved and then builds up untill I vomit again. After a while I only vomit "gal" bitter green.
* Gal bladder removed 10 years ago.
* 3 weeks after - 1st "attack"
* Phoned the surgron who said its quite normal
* I seemed to have a lot of "normal attacks"
* Started to figure out eating regularly helps prevent attacks
* Figured out to stay away from any thing containing apple *food and drink). Stay away from all wines. Only drink whiskey. And drink NO pain killers. I can only drink pure paracetamol. Eating or drinking any of these gives me an attack within minutes after consumtion.
* I have permanent pain where my gal bladder used to be
About a month ago I suddenly had a severe pain in my upper left abdominal area, as though something has burst. And felt like there is a waterbaloon moving in there
* Rushed to see my surgeon
* Admitted to hispital
* Blood test - picked up a thyroid problem (not related to pain)
* Sonar - nothing
* Ct scan - nothing
* Gastro an colonoscopy - just a bit of inflamation but nothing to be worried about
* After anastetics they struggled to wake me up because of extreme low bloodpresure and low oxigyn levels
* Kept over night for observation
* Discharged from hospital with antibiotics for inflamation
Over the next few days I was feeling better but the pain was still there.
2 weeks after being discharged the pain got worse
* Pain spreaded from left to left and right upper abdomen.
* Pain spread over the whole abdomen
* Lumps formed over my ehole stomach area
* Had another attack for 5 hours
* Had trouble breathing
* Back to surgeon
* Admitted to hospital again
* Blood tests - low cortisol levels ( what ever that means)
* Mri scan - normal
* Low oxigyn levels
* Very dizzy
* Extreme low blood presure
So technically there is nothing causing the pain. BUT THE PAIN IS SO BAD I CANNOT EVEN WALK.
So the surgeon decided to do a ERCP to check for a bile duct stone. I am going to teater tomorrow
Is there anyone who can relate to the same simptomes
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