Severe daily stomach pain for 2 years, what's wrong with me?

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I've had severe stomach pain in my lower left abdomen for 2 years. Along with the stomach pain I get very bad back pain. The pain is chronic and daily, it causes me to vomit almost daily, however when I am on my period there is no pain at all. The GP has ruled out IBS and endometriosis. I am certain it is not food related as have gone days with no food due to the pain, yet pain still continues. Do you have any suggestions? 

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    Please. Have your gallbladder ct and MRI. If you have stones .then the next is a gallbladder removal. It will be a great thing for you. No more pain do you experience terrible naseua. If so gb surgery and you will be ok just no fryed foods fat dairy. Go with fat free . Good luck I want to here from you.😎😎😎😎

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    Tell your doctor to check your pancreas and liver. They can make you really sick. It can ruin your life if you do nothing. Demand that you need these tests done now. Then go from there. Good Luck to you.😎

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    Lower left abdomen pain could be due to a kidney infection. Have you had tests for this?
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    Try a food diary to rule out food reactions.  Do you have any bowel habit change? If you do, you may have IBS even though your doctor has ruled it out.  Doctors can get it wrong. See someone else and ask for further tests.   Maybe ask for a stomach emptying test.
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