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    Old 03-03-2009, 01:12 PM   #16
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    Chemval, no I didn't say anything about kicking legs? It must have been someone else. Just to update, I have had two painful attacks this week and vomited. Once while at work and I had to leave. So with it being 3 months after my surgery and I'm still having pain and nausea, I went ahead and scheduled the ERCP for next Tuesday, March the 3rd. I did wait 3 months to see if this problem was going to pass and it obviously isn't, so I am almost positive I do have the sphincter of oddi dysfunction like my gastro doctor has suspected all along. I have tried eating a very low fat diet and I still keep having episodes so obviously this isn't going away on it's own. I've noticed I'm continually having this bad taste in my throat that was not there before. I am wondering if this has something to do with the SOD problem? With me eating so lightly, I have lost like 5 pounds and I was only at 107 pounds to start with. My size 3 pants are very loose on me! I don't want to lose anymore weight! I feel really unhealthy and am scared to even eat anything anymore for fear of it causing an attack. I am praying this ERCP is what will resolve all this and relieve these painful attacks for me. I will post next week and let you guys know how my procedure went. Thanks for all the help and advice!
    Hello there. Sorry to hear of your continued suffering. I hope that resolution, an end will soon come. I've been in mad rush to find, provide to docs, info about this and that. I see surgeon for gallbladder removal this week. I am not going to do it without another ultrasound and other tests that for some reason my gastro had no interest in doing when I was in his office last week due to another emergency attack. Should just be going to ER.

    If someone all ready has explained, or given name, what this test is that checks the emptying of your gallbladder, please post it here again.

    So much to read through, here and there, and cut and piece together something the doc will understand...I mean, something with the least amount of words saying the most amount of desired info.

    I'm lost.


    One other thing that stricks me as interesting, and sad at same time, is the talk of "metallic" taste in mouth. Back in 2000, I complained of this taste in my mouth. I was being treated for IBS and given fiber because on pain meds for "failed back surgery." I thought the metallic taste had something to do with cervical problem. Now, I'm thinking differently. And so, another reason that mistaken as cervical deal that led to unnecessary double-fusion neck surgery.

     
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    Old 03-05-2009, 08:20 PM   #17
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    A beautifulash, I'm so sorry for what you are going through. It sounds like to me you will eventually have to get your gallbladder removed. I have never heard of a doctor treating SOD without gallbladder removal. I know several people who have had their gallbladders removed with no problems whatsoever afterwards, so you might really want to think about going ahead and having that done. Your quality of life is obviously suffering and surgery may be your only alternative to feeling better again. I had an ERCP on Tuesday and I did not develop pancreatitis. I have been having pain since but the doctors office told me today that it is normal to still have some cramping a few days after the procedure. You really do need to get your situation taken care of. 22 years old is way too young to be sick all the time! You should go to a gastroenterologist and get it taken care of now. Don't spend any more years of your life being sick like that! I tried to find that Mystery Diagnosis video on You Tube of the girl that had SOD but couldn't locate it. I saw the actual show on tv and when I saw it I too thought hey that sounds just like what I've been going through! Do you have the link to it? Please go to a gastro doctor and if makes you feel better get two opinions from two different doctors. If they say you need to have your gallbladder removed then I would go ahead. Not everybody ends up with complications afterwards like I did. Good luck to you and let me know how you are doing.

    Chemval, I'm sorry to hear you are still suffering too. I think the test you are talking about is called a HIDA scan I believe. I had one before and it wasn't bad. I know you don't want to go through with having your gallbladder removed, as I didn't either. I put mine off for years until the attacks got so frequent I couldn't stand it any longer. You will know when that time comes. There are only so many times you can stand going to the emergency room until you just say okay no more, I'm gonna have this thing removed. Again like I said before, I know plenty of people that had theirs removed and have had no problems since. So don't think you will have problems afterwards, because you very well may not. I hope you find a solution to your pain soon. I know what you all are going through! Keep me posted on your status.

     
    Old 03-10-2009, 08:38 AM   #18
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    Chemval, I'm sorry to hear you are still suffering too. I think the test you are talking about is called a HIDA scan I believe. I had one before and it wasn't bad. I know you don't want to go through with having your gallbladder removed, as I didn't either. I put mine off for years until the attacks got so frequent I couldn't stand it any longer. You will know when that time comes. There are only so many times you can stand going to the emergency room until you just say okay no more, I'm gonna have this thing removed. Again like I said before, I know plenty of people that had theirs removed and have had no problems since. So don't think you will have problems afterwards, because you very well may not. I hope you find a solution to your pain soon. I know what you all are going through! Keep me posted on your status. [/QUOTE]


    Hey there. Thanks for the showing concern. I posted an update somewhere here. I went to gastro--emergency deal--he said have gallbladder removed and if it doesn't resolve your pain issues, then it doesn't. I didn't dig that.

    I meet with general surgeon. He didn't suspect gallbladder as the cause. I'm to have this test at hospital that he says will prove whether or not need gallbladder removed. And as I've just learned via post here, it is the HIDA Scan that I will be having. The surgeon said gallbladder will have to removed one day because of stones, but not now. The HIDA will show whether he correct or not. I'm glad he didn't jump into have surgery right now without any other tests. I wish my ortho had done that back in 2000. A double-fusion cervical operation with only 1 to 2mm bulge and some stenosis. Oi. Why did I listen to him. Can't reverse the past. Now must live with a life of the pain the operation left me with. And the deterioration of cervical is so much worse than before I had surgery. I didn't know a thing back then. Just trusted doctors. And this isn't all together healthy when your ignorant of your own body and it's workings. Shameful.

    Peace.

    Oh, and I now know you're not the "angel" I was chattin' up with at about detox. That is a different "angel."

     
    Old 06-15-2009, 05:07 AM   #19
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    I was perfectly healthy too August 2008 and then I had my gallbladder removed September 2008. My problems started 3 months after the surgery with episodes every 2 weeks of nausau feeling, bloating, tightness around waist area. I went to the gasterologist 7 months later because my regular doctor kept telling me this is normal after surgery. Then my episodes kept happening faster. So the gasterologist thinks a stone was left behind so they have to do a an xray.

    I am so scared right now because I am thinking the worst CANCER or TUMOR. I wake in the morning crying hoping this nightmare will go away.

     
    Old 06-23-2009, 11:24 AM   #20
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    I am sure you don't have cancer or a tumor. You probably have a stone still lodged in a bile duct or something. Not to sound discouraging but I had my gallbladder removed Nov. 23rd 2008 and I am still having problems 7 months later. I have had an ERCP where I was told I had no remaining stones just sludge in the duct. So the doctor cleaned that out and cut a hole in my sphincter muscle and stented it thinking I had sphincter of oddi dysfunction. I still have atleast one very painful attack every month that usually lasts 24 hours and is very debilitating pain. Every time I go back to my gastrointerologist he says he doesn't think it is because of my gallbladder surgery yet I STILL continue to have excruciating pain from time to time where my gallbladder used to be! Truth is, they don't know why I still have pain! My last painful attack in May the dr. said he thought it was just a virus and prescribed me antibiotics. This month when I had an attack he sent me home with hyoscamine and said he thinks now it is irritable bowel syndrome. I felt so much better BEFORE I had my gallbladder removed. It's miserable not knowing what day or days of the month I am going to have another one of these excruciating attacks. I don't wish this suffering on anyone! It's ashame the doctors can't find out why I am still having pain 7 months later!

     
    Old 06-23-2009, 07:18 PM   #21
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    Well after having all kinds of tests - the gasterologist has basically told me nothing is wrong with me. He told me don't come back unless you have more symptoms. So I guess this is all in my head. I still feel pains in my back moving to the front of my stomach. Maybe it is my back.

     
    Old 11-23-2009, 11:15 AM   #22
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    I'm really sorry for you. God will surely heal you

     
    Old 11-28-2009, 03:04 AM   #23
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    angelarenees,
    I was sorry to hear what you have been going there. I am going on 2 1/2 years post-op & still have similar problems to you. My gastro knows there is a problem, but we can't find what it is. My gallbladder did have to be cut out through scar tissue from a previous surgery, so he said that could be it & recommended I try some alternative things like acupuncture, etc. We haven't tried the ercp b/c of the risks, but I did go to mayo clinic with basically no results.

    My chiropractor has kept her ear to the ground for things to help me, and recently found some things/went to a seminar on some supplements that I've since been trying. Like you, I get the strong pain where the gallbladder was specifically when I eat. I'm trying bile salts and digestive enzymes right now. I've read a lot about the bile salts being necessary now since the gallbladder is no longer there to store bile for when we eat. I do feel better, but I don't know if its the placebo effect or not. I'll give it a few more weeks. Thankfully my doctor does support me trying these whole food supplements as we've been through basically everything else.
    Something like that might be worth a try.

     
    Old 11-28-2009, 06:34 PM   #24
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    I am using papaya enzymes for digestion. Let me know if digestive enzymes are working.

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    Old 01-28-2010, 12:05 AM   #25
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    Hi...I know exactly how you feel...I had my gallbladder out in May of 2009 after having an acute attack and my gallbladder was chalked full of stones...Still after the procedure was done I remained to have problems and would have attacks similiar as to when I had the gallbladder problems. I started going to a special gastro doctor and I had the same problems as you did. When an MRCP was done and an endoscopy done everything looked normal, but when I would have the attacks my liver enzymes would be through the roof. It got to the point to where the pain was constant and I was having the attacks almost everyday. I ended up in the emergency room over christmas and new years and they did tons of tests and couldn't find anything. So my doctor told me that I needed to get an ERCP done. I live in Boise, ID and they don't have the resources and technology down here to do them because of the risk of pancreaititis...but I was refered to this doctor in Seattle WA who does 2,000 of these procedures a year. I just got back from seattle a couple days ago after having my ERCP procedure done. What was wrong with me is my pancreatic valve wasn't functioning properly. So they made an incision and put a plastic stint in to make it so I won't get pancreaitis...Your case sounds exactly like mine. Although I am still in some pain and discomfort from the after effects of the procedure, which is completely normal, because they did have to make an incision inside of me, this morning was the first morning that I woke up and didn't have an attack. I really suggest that you have the procedure done, because from the sounds of reading what you wrote, you are suffering from the exact same thing that I am going through. Its a horrible debilitating pain. But without the ERCP you won't get better, and if you find the right doctors like I did you will have no problems

     
    Old 02-01-2010, 02:41 AM   #26
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    Do you have SOD? I was told by a doctor it works 50% of the time and sometimes if you have the procedure it may not work or work for several months and your back to where your started from but worse pain. My pain is not that extreme like I will have several months where I am pain free and then have an occassional attack. The doctor who told me this was someone who performs several of these procedures a day.

     
    Old 02-01-2010, 10:24 PM   #27
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    Yeah I was told I had SOD...I guess there are three different categories of SOD...it just depends on your symptoms and your test results...with the first one they recommend you having the ERCP procedure and you have a 60-75% chance of it working and you have a 10-20% chance of getting pancreaititis...and than if you fit in the second category they recommend you don't have the ERCP because the chance of it working is less and you have a higher chance of getting pancreaitis...and than the 3rd stage is similar to the first...but you have a higher chance of it working and a lower chance of getting pancreaititis...and I fit between the first and third categorys..so they told me that I needed to have the procedure done...and than by going to this special doctor in seattle who puts a stint in the valve after they cut it open it decreases your chance of getting pancreaitis even less to like 5 percent...so far I have been doing really good...its been a week now since I had my ERCP and I still have a little bit of pain from the incisions and stuff and a little nausea sometimes...but other than that I feel good...before the surgery I used to wake up multiple times in the night cuz my chest and abdomen would just be burning and hurting so bad...and since the surgery I haven't had any of that...so, so far, so good...But my pain was a lot different than yours...it started out being occasionally...and than it got more frequent...and than it got to the point where it was everyday all day long...I couldn't work, exercise, nothing...I pretty much just laid around the house all day cuz I felt so horrible

     
    Old 03-23-2010, 12:05 PM   #28
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    I know that this post is pretty old, but it is still getting hits and replies to it. First of all I want to know how Angela is doing, so if you are reading this, please let me know.

    Anyways, I had my gb removed when I was 24. I was only 110 lbs and it took the doctors six months to even begin to evaluate for stones. I had seven stones and came out of surgery with a drainage bag as I was full of toxins and my gb was ready to burst.

    AND... I was fine for two whole weeks with no pain. The night before I was to go back to have my staples removed by the surgeon, I had another attack. I went in to see him the next day and told him I said the same attack, in the same place, with the same symptoms. He basically did not believe me. That was in 2001. From 2001 until 2009, I experienced attacks almost daily. They only lasted 1-4 minutes but the pain would start in right in the midline upper gastric area, shoot to the right and wrap around my back. I couldn't breathe, would shake and sweat and dang near pass out. I seen a host of gastro doctors- none of them ever being able to tell me what this pain was, and three of them suggesting I was insane.

    In late 2009 however, I had an attack that would NOT relieve itself within 1-4 minutes. After 10 minutes of the steady pain, I fainted in front of my 11 year old daughter who called an ambulance. A CT Scan was done at the ER but everything kept coming up normal except elevated liver enzymes. They basically told me I had a stomach ache and told me to go home. When I went home, I started researching SOD as I had come across that in 2001 when I was trying to figure out what was wrong with me then. Interestingly enough I typed in SOD, specialist, and my hometown and kept coming up with one gastro doctor. Fortunately, he was under my insurance plan as well.

    Within minutes of him first meeting me, he told me I had SOD. He gave me blood slips and told me to go home, and when I had an attack, to go get my blood work taken. IF my liver enzymes went up, he was right and I had SOD. If they did not go up, that still meant I could have SOD but not as likely. I didn't understand his reasoning, but took the blood slips and went home.

    Instead of having a 1-4 minute attack however, I ended up having an attack so severe I couldn't make it to get blood drawn. Instead, I ended up in the ER being admitted for pancreatis from an attack. This attack was so severe I was throwing up AND passing out at the same time. This just happened on March 2, 2010 and I was admitted from then until March 5, 2010. While in the hospital I had MRI,CT, Heptabilary scan and an MRCP. Everything came back normal. I also kept telling them I HAD a gastro doctor but they would not consult with him. By the time I left they told me I either had SOD or I had acute intermittent porphyria, a very rare blood disorder. I wasn't happy.

    I gathered all my records and CD roms of my studies and took them to the gastro doctor I had found on the internet which was on a Friday. He scheduled me for an ERCP on a Monday. Its important to know my gastro is the Director of ERCP studies and therapeutic procedures and teaches other doctors how to perform the ERCP in such a way as to not give the patient pancreatis. He specialization is also SOD, so he was a win win doctor for me.

    I just had the ERCP yesterday. ***THE ERCP IS THE ONLY WAY TO 100 PERCENT DIAGNOSE SOD***. And if you have it, while they are in there- they fix it all endoscopically through your mouth!

    Anyways, when my gastro went in, he discovered that I did in fact have a dilated common bile duct which made a SOD type One patient instead of the SOD type II that he thought I was. Also, he found the cause of my pain- papillary stenosis. He said my SOD was completely tightened down with fibrous tissue and draining absolutely nothing. My pressure release was "insane" as he put it. He said that the SOD was so tight, he couldn't gain access with normal tools and had to use a specialized cathetar to open it up and peel off the fibrous tissue. After that, he drained the common bile duct of the built up bile and also placed a stent in my pancreas. The stent with either be passed or surgically removed in one week- but no longer. He said those that get the stent and its kept in continue to have pain because scar tissue will form around the stent closing off the pancreas duct and forcing backup into the pancreas. I have an xray done on Monday to see if I passed the stent on my own.

    ANYWHO.... my ERCP was yesterday. I woke up at 4:30 am and abruptly went into an attack, except instead of it starting midline - all the pain was focused directly in my liver area on the right side. I have no idea if this means the ERCP was a failure or what, but.. I guess only time will tell.

    I sent a fax to my doctor at 8 this morning and also called and left a message. I have heard nothing in return. I have read on the internet that it can take up to two years to get the "full relief" from a sphincterotomy but I would have liked to have heard that from my surgeons mouth.

    This is a tricky disorder to have and as we all know- PAINFUL. one thing that separates me from the majority of you is that I never, ever had pain after a meal. I ALWAYS had pain on an empty stomach; always- which is against the grain of SOD, but can happen. Papillary stenosis is rare, with only 2-3 percent of SOD being caused by this, but I had it.

    Angela, how are you feeling? I am hoping to find more "cures" after ERCP, but I keep running into more failures. I guess the reasoning for that might be that those that get cured don't have a need to scoure the internet and post their troubles as they aren't have any after ERCP. And then there is us....

     
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    gosh I am so depressed now after reading your stories - there is just no hope for me and I am stuck with this problem.

     
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    Gigi:

    Don't get depressed. I did actually read all of the posts contained in this message, but I believe that as of right now you are still not diagnosed?

    Do you still have your gallbladder or was that removed? I wish I could remember everyone's story.

    From what I have researched about ERCP, there are a few things to keep in mind:
    ERCP with mamotery is more likely to cause pancreatis. I did not have the mamotery done.
    Leaving the ( or if any was placed) pancreatic stent in for an extended time is usually what causes problems down the road.
    You HAVE to have this done by someone who is well versed in doing them.

    I did not get pancreatitis from my procedure.
    The pangs of having it done have now subsided. I was getting really sharp pains all over the place and for the most part, those are gone.
    However, I still continue to attack. The pain is not as severe as it once was.

    ERCP's sometimes have to be repeated. For me? I won't keep having this done. I will do it maybe one more time, but after that? No.

    I am STILL yet waiting to hear from my surgeon or his nurse regarding me still having attacks after having this done. My surgeon pretty much said I'd be cured, even though I read otherwise on the internet and knew better. I guess he figured with the type of SOD I had and the fact that my pancreatic enzymes were within normal range, that I would be an easy "fix". Wrong.

    OR it could be that since I have been having these attacks for a decade, that it is going to take time for all the bile to drain from my liver. I have no idea. I will keep you posted on what I am told. I have plans on calling them again today around 11 eastern after I run out to do some errands.

    The stent in the pancreas doesn't hurt or anything. I did wake up with a tightness feeling on the left side, but no pain so that is good. The midline pain is fixed and that actually is cured... but the pain relocated to the right. Also, I have been getting breaks in the chronic nausea I have had since 2009. I never really had nausea until then.

    Like you gigi, there were *Times* for me that I could go 3 months, 4 months, etc without having an attack. Once, I went a full year! However, when the attacks returned, they came back with a vengeance.
    When I did not have an attack for a full year, I cut milk, coffee, soda and hard meats completely out of my diet as WELL as chocolate. Chocolate would always guarantee me a heck of an attack within 24 hours. Has anyone else been like this?

    I am beginning to research and find out that there is a big big surgery that can pretty much cure sod if the ERCPS fail to do so. It is where they just reroute your common bile ducts and hook them up other places. Duodenal bypass or something. As for me, like I said... I will give my surgeon one more try at another ERCP ( I think my heptabiliary duct running into my liver needs a closer look as that is where my remaining pain is at). After that? He needs to just open me up and provide a better fix because this is insane. Saying it is one thing, getting him to do it is another.

    Another thing to... I had papillary stenosis. Out of all the causes/cases of SOD, pap stenosis only makes up 2-3 percent. I guess if I am going to do something, I'm gonna do it in style. Grumble.

    I heard everything over the ten years I was misdiagnosed or shall I say not diagnosed from:
    oh you just have gastritis
    NO! You do NOT have pain in that area, its impossible. How could you have pain? You're pointing to where your gallbladder used to be!
    You're problem is stress related. I think you have one too many kids. When I asked this doctor with a straight face if he wanted me to "put one of them back", he got mad at me and suggested I see a psychiatrist.
    Costochondritis- inflammation of the rib cage.
    One doctor COMPLETELY ignored everything I said and said : you need a rectal exam and colonoscopy. I reminded him my pain was up TOP and not down below and he just kept REPEATING colonoscopy, colonscopy! Needless to say I did not go back to him.
    A male doctor told me there was no way the pain of my attacks hurt more than having children. when I reminded him I actually had kids and he was male so he wouldn't know the pain of childbirth, he retorted with "my wife was in pain when she had our kids. Its the worst... because she said so".

    I just heard all kinds of nutsy things from doctors over the years. No one mentioned SOD, I had to do my own footwork there.

    I hope we all continue to improve. At this point, I'd take a 20 inch scar down my abdomen for them to just fully open me up and fix ALL causes of pain in one swipe. I don't want to keep having ERCPS done for life or anything here.

     
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