Hello, that is a very specific kind of pain that I/ we might not have experienced, however I have had my fair share of dealing with doctors and little problems that turn into bigger medical issues. What you need to do is keep track of your symptoms. Write them down every day if you can. Since one doc said it may be gas, keep a journal of what you eat as well. once you compare the symptoms with what you had eaten beforehand, you may see a pattern or maybe able to rule it out.
Any rate you need to document what is happening. Make sure you list what makes it worse and what makes it feel better. This will help doctors help you, help you explain your symptoms more clearly and notice how/ when things change.
Take these notes to a new doctor. If you fear that it is more than gas, tell him/ her. Dont be shy about getting your needs met. They wont know it is serious unless you tell them. Furthermore, doctors are far from all knowing as we have been brought up to think. You often have to lead them down the path you want them on!
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