Pain in abdomen and back after eating..

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For the past two years I'm suffering...Not able to bear it anymore...have done all test n all tests are normal...my WBC is 9.9..the only thing my doctors found out is gallstones...no matter what I eat even a piece of bread immediately i suffer with pain...good appetite no vomiting only constipation..I don't know what the he'll is this..Is this caused by gallstones..Is somebody out there who can help me...I have 3 Kids and everyday I'm stressed cause of this pain...

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    Hi, I felt the same way... have you had a hida scan ?
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    I would recommend a HIDA scan as well. I was having terrible pain in upper stomach/chest area that radiated to my back. It was excruciating. So an ultrasound showed gallstones and then the HIDA scan proved that my gallbladder was no longer functioning even 1 %. So had my gallbladder removed and haven’t had that trouble since. 
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      My stones are 3- 5mm..some of my friends have recommended ayurvedic but I'm nt sure whether it will work...n I'm nt sure whether I will b able to bear my pain...how many weeks did it take for you to recover after operation?

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    Hi Fowziya78149, sounds very much like GB, you are not alone is all I can say and just keep going to Dr.  The HIDA scan will show you how the GB is functioning along with the other organs, if its not functioning you will have your answer.  Stones and Sludge seem to be spasmodic say like attacks after eating foods or at night when sleeping  but if the GB is not functioning then you probably will have more frequent symptoms for obvious reasons.

    PLEASE remember you are not alone and it does help even if one post in this site gives you re assurance.

     

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    I had big gallstones and had my gallbladder removed 4 months ago. I lost 50 because I couldn’t eat before! I’m still struggling! You might consider some enzymes and try eating beets! Is your doctor a gastroenterologist?
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