A 31-year-old female asked:
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to colin kopes-kerr: i have had mrcp, ct abd/pel (3) abd us, endoscopy, colonoscopy, hida scan, chest x-rays, ekg! norm but still have upper abd pain:(?

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Dr. Thomas Rohde
35 years experience General Practice
Another opinion: If you've had all those studies you need to look at gut health, food allergens. Go to a4m.Com and use directory function to find a local functional medicine doctor to help you test your gut with specialized test like cdsa from genova or similar lab to evaluate gut health and correct the underlying problem. Stop exposing yourself to radiation and spending $ for unneccessary tests.
Answered on May 10, 2014
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Dr. Andrew Glantz
38 years experience General Surgery
Abdominal pain: Is the pain after eating? Has it responded to any medications? Are any of your blood tests abnormal? Liver function tests done? During the hida scan, did they calculate your gallbladder ejection fraction? Perhaps you ought to consider a second opinion.
Answered on May 1, 2015
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No worries: Yes, you can relax, odds are low you have pancreatic cancer. Only other test the docs could perform is endoscopic ultrasound.
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No: Does not sound like you should be concerned based on what you are saying. The ct scan often shows something in the pancreas if there is a concern.

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