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Excruciating Pain - I Need Serious Help


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#1 Invictus

 
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Posted 26 September 2012 - 11:40 PM

I have been gluten free for about 10 months now. I am still experiencing pain; a deep - hot knife twisting-like pain - in my lower upper left quadrant - a few inches above and to the left of my navel. This is usually subsequent to a primary pain - that comes and goes - in the upper right quadrant localized to where the gallbladder would be. It feels as though it's inflamed and I am sure it's borderline non-functioning - as this has been going on for years...

This condition has literally cost me everything I own; I have been living out of my car for nearly 3 months. I am educated and strict when it comes to my diet- unless CC sneaks in. Can someone please tell me if this is similar to what they experienced? Any experienced celiacs that can help, I would greatly appreciate it!
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Posted 27 September 2012 - 05:11 AM

No. That doesn't sound normal. What do the doctors say? Have they checked your gallbladder? Liver, etc?
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Posted 27 September 2012 - 06:26 AM

I have been gluten free for about 10 months now. I am still experiencing pain; a deep - hot knife twisting-like pain - in my lower upper left quadrant - a few inches above and to the left of my navel. This is usually subsequent to a primary pain - that comes and goes - in the upper right quadrant localized to where the gallbladder would be. It feels as though it's inflamed and I am sure it's borderline non-functioning - as this has been going on for years...

This condition has literally cost me everything I own; I have been living out of my car for nearly 3 months. I am educated and strict when it comes to my diet- unless CC sneaks in. Can someone please tell me if this is similar to what they experienced? Any experienced celiacs that can help, I would greatly appreciate it!

perhaps the splenic flexure of the large intestine? You need some imaging i think....good luck
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Posted 27 September 2012 - 10:36 AM

Nope, not normal. You need to get to a GI and have them find what else besides celiacs is going on.
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Posted 27 September 2012 - 12:22 PM

I say its gallbalddder going that needs to be taken out. Mine would hit hard in the right area where it sits, so bad that i couldn't hardly breath when it did it. Turns out it was functioning at 5%.
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Posted 27 September 2012 - 12:43 PM

Shadowicewolf -

I'm I incorrect, assuming you had your gallbladder removed? If you have had it removed, are you still getting intestinal - or abdomen pain any where in abdomen - post surgery?
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