Stomach pain, Diarrhoea, Can't eat, Colonoscopy normal

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I have been suffering with stomach pain, nausea and diarrhoea consistently for the last few months. I struggle to eat as the nausea makes it difficult to 'stomach' eating. I rarely vomit, although I do produce garglely throat sounds regularly. I tend to be quiet bloated although i have stomach pains regardless. I have tried an elimination diet (Gluten, Lactose etc) and had several blood tests showing negative for Gluten issues/Coeliac. Additionally, I have had both an Endoscopy and Colonoscopy which showed nothing out of the ordinary. The doctors suggested it may be IBS, however this doesn't explain the stomach/nausea/food related issues I continue to have. I am finding it increasingly difficult to eat and i don't seem to be getting anywhere with the doctors I have been seeing. Has anyone had any similar experiences?

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    If endoscopy and colonoscopy is good and no celiac. Then HIDA scan and ultrasound for gallbladder is the next right step.
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     it's not exactly the same but I have had nausea for a few months. Had all the tests

    and nothing of significance should up.  

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    The stomach, nausea and food related issues you have can be explained by IBS because these are IBS symptoms.  I have had similar symptoms with IBS and have had nausea, shifting abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhoea and back pain.  Everyone experiences it differently.

     

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    Did u Ave a gastroscopy ( camera down your throat not up your bottom ) you may have h pylori (stomach infection) 
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