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    Help with my stomach issues
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    mollsy122 posted:
    I have had stomach issues for the past several years. It started when I was a senior in high school (2009) when I had my gall bladder taken out. It went away for a few years but now it is back and in full force. I'll be fine for a few days and then I'll be terrible for a few. My upper stomach is always hurting and sometimes I even feel like I am going to vomit but never do. I have had every test possible done and the doctors just say I have a "nervous stomach", but I think it's a lot more than that. I have lost weight over the past several months bc I go days without eating due to the pain and feeling sick. I don't know what to do anymore because nobody can help me and it's very annoying to live with. Anyone have any suggestions or similar problems?


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