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lspencer534 08-28-2014 5:35pm

Got to vent: Stomach pain is back...
 
I'm the one with random stomach pain attacks that no doctor so far has been able the cause of. It's debilitating pain near my stomach that wraps around my torso and makes finding a comfortable position impossible. It usally lasts several hours and then eases, although I'm drained by then. I can then have a drink and eat as normal. I'm also still drained the next day.

I've had every test known to man, all with "no significant abnormality" as the result. I just wanted to vent to help take my mind off of it.

CertInsaneC5 08-28-2014 5:47pm

Get well soon man. How long has it been you have had new tests run? Something new in meds or something may find this?

:cert:

Jobaka 08-28-2014 5:55pm

Suffered any tick bites lately?

https://www.thevettebarn.com/forums/o...rgic-beef.html

OddBall 08-28-2014 5:58pm

Acid reflux maybe?

NCC-1701 08-28-2014 6:22pm

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Originally Posted by lspencer534 (Post 1233210)
I'm the one with random stomach pain attacks that no doctor so far has been able the cause of. It's debilitating pain near my stomach that wraps around my torso and makes finding a comfortable position impossible. It usally lasts several hours and then eases, although I'm drained by then. I can then have a drink and eat as normal. I'm also still drained the next day.

I've had every test known to man, all with "no significant abnormality" as the result. I just wanted to vent to help take my mind off of it.

It's your gull bladder have it checked if you have it checked check it again...:seasix:

lspencer534 08-28-2014 6:23pm

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Originally Posted by OddBall (Post 1233216)
Acid reflux maybe?

I wish it were that simple, even though dangerous. MRIs and colonoscopies have found nothing.

lspencer534 08-28-2014 6:24pm

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Originally Posted by Jobaka (Post 1233215)

No. I believe that was my thread.

lspencer534 08-28-2014 6:24pm

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Originally Posted by NCC-1701 (Post 1233233)
It's your gull bladder have it checked if you have it checked check it again...:seasix:

Checks reveal that isn't the cause.

Barn Babe 08-28-2014 6:31pm

How weird. I get the same thing and mines been hurting since lunch today. :willy: I've never had it checked out because it's always gone the next morning. What a coincidence.

lspencer534 08-28-2014 6:34pm

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Originally Posted by Barn Babe (Post 1233238)
How weird. I get the same thing and mines been hurting since lunch today. :willy: I've never had it checked out because it's always gone the next morning. What a coincidence.

BB, you may know the answer to this. Do humans get twisted intestines like horses do and causes them to colic? Although I don't know what a horse feels during colic, I know it's bad.

Barn Babe 08-28-2014 6:37pm

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Originally Posted by lspencer534 (Post 1233245)
BB, you may know the answer to this. Do humans get twisted intestines like horses do and causes them to colic? Although I don't know what a horse feels during colic, I know it's bad.

I'm sure it can happen. Colic in a horse is any stomach pain, not just a twisted intestine, but surgery is required when that happens. Funny thing though, when I get whatever this is, I call it colicking.

bill_daniels 08-28-2014 6:41pm

Spence, your stomach pain is a lot like the McRib sandwich.....it sucks, and it appears periodically, for a limited time only.

lspencer534 08-28-2014 6:43pm

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Originally Posted by bill_daniels (Post 1233253)
Spence, your stomach pain is a lot like the McRib sandwich.....it sucks, and it appears periodically, for a limited time only.

Have you ever read what that shit sandwich is actually made of?

Jobaka 08-28-2014 7:12pm

Annie has been pissing in your gin. Cats are sneaky that way.

99 pewtercoupe 08-28-2014 7:27pm

Don't have any diagnostic skills so all I'll say is that I hope your doc(s) can figure it out and it's not too serious

One question...how long has it been since you have taken at least a week off and disconnected from the job, etc?

lspencer534 08-28-2014 7:31pm

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Originally Posted by 99 pewtercoupe (Post 1233272)
Don't have any diagnostic skills so all I'll say is that I hope your doc(s) can figure it out and it's not too serious

One question...how long has it been since you have taken at least a week off and disconnected from the job, etc?

I haven't taken a week off in ages. However, I do take days off on a fairly regular basis now that my daughter can cover for me. I really don't feel stressed from my job.

PortDawg 08-28-2014 7:37pm

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Originally Posted by lspencer534 (Post 1233254)
Have you ever read what that shit sandwich is actually made of?

Here Ya go Link

Grey Ghost 08-28-2014 7:52pm

Have you tried going to the ER when it occurs vs. after the fact? Any specific physical activity that could have twisted your intestine?

lspencer534 08-28-2014 7:54pm

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Originally Posted by Grey Ghost (Post 1233286)
Have you tried going to the ER when it occurs vs. after the fact? Any specific physical activity that could have twisted your intestine?

It's totally random when it happens. Doc says that any abnormality would show up even after the fact.

Norm 08-28-2014 7:59pm

Gas? Lactose intolerant?


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