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Abdominal pain for a few months nothing is helping gagging nausea vomiting stabbing pain right and middle upper abdomen Elevated bilirubin no appetitefor 6 going on 7 days can't hold food down at all?

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Dr. Robert Roschmann
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Consider gallbladder

Recurrent episodes of inflammation of the gallbladder can be associated with gallbladder stones that block the normal passage of bile, which in turn, may be why the bilirubin is elevated .
Sometimes this picture can be seen in inflammation of the pancreas. These symptoms can and should be evaluated ASAP if you cannot keep food down.

In brief: Consider gallbladder

Recurrent episodes of inflammation of the gallbladder can be associated with gallbladder stones that block the normal passage of bile, which in turn, may be why the bilirubin is elevated .
Sometimes this picture can be seen in inflammation of the pancreas. These symptoms can and should be evaluated ASAP if you cannot keep food down.
Dr. Robert Roschmann
Dr. Robert Roschmann
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Dr. Sewa Legha
Internal Medicine - Oncology

In brief: You should be in Hos

If you are not already in the hospital then you need to go there so that they can investigate the cause and treat your nausea and pain.
You may need IV fluids in addition to parenteral pain medication. Blood tests and X-Rays might reveal the cause.I hope it is not pancreatitis!

In brief: You should be in Hos

If you are not already in the hospital then you need to go there so that they can investigate the cause and treat your nausea and pain.
You may need IV fluids in addition to parenteral pain medication. Blood tests and X-Rays might reveal the cause.I hope it is not pancreatitis!
Dr. Sewa Legha
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Dr. Elaina Vayntrub
Internal Medicine

In brief: Possible gallbladder

The location of your pain and symptom complex sound like you may have gallbladder problems, such as a gallstone.
It is important for you to see a primary care physician to have an evaluation such as an ultrasound of your gallbladder. If it is gallstones, you may need diet modification (staying away from rich foods) and possibly an evaluation by a surgeon.

In brief: Possible gallbladder

The location of your pain and symptom complex sound like you may have gallbladder problems, such as a gallstone.
It is important for you to see a primary care physician to have an evaluation such as an ultrasound of your gallbladder. If it is gallstones, you may need diet modification (staying away from rich foods) and possibly an evaluation by a surgeon.
Dr. Elaina Vayntrub
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