Posted by tasha
on November 24, 2000 at 02:12:55:
I had a colonoscopy and endoscopy done. The endoscopy revealed that I have acid in my esopogus (throat kind of area). I am 13 and have had many other tests done. I have also taken many medications but all of them seem to make my problem worse.
The main problem: lower right abdominal pain, lower right back pain (the two pains just seem to combine), and just plain stomach pain. I was put on Prilosec and all the above listed pains got worse and I started to get shooting pains in my right leg. A few days later still on the Prilosec I started to get burning pains in my left leg.
I have had many x-rays, a CAT scan, an MRI, and an ultrasound. My pain of my abdominal area but not the legs has been going on for nine weeks. I can't stand it anymore. My pain has gotten so bad I hate it but I have missed so much school I can't handle it. I need some answers.
Mostly my pain comes when I eat solid food. About thirty minutes after consuming the food I have to poop it all out. Nothing stays in besides some juices and maybe some pop. That's about it. Like I said I would appreciate it someone could reply to this either by this healthboards.com or by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I really could use some answers.