I had part of my small intestine removed and a partial stomach removal done back in 2004. Over the past 5 or so years the area of where my small intestines are, have been hurting after eating. Everything i eat hurts. I have changed my diet lots of times and am on a low carb high fat diet atm. It has helped with all the bloating I had (seriously looked like I was 6 months pregnant and the pain omg the pain was vicious.) I am 12 years on almost 13 from the surgery and as I stated any meal small or large I get such pain near my naval. I have had every test done, endoscopy, colonoscopy, barium meals etc and they have found nothing wrong. I just had a very small bowl of whole fate greek yogurt (80 grams) with hemp seeds, coconut oil and kefir and i feel pain there and nausea. I could eat a small plate of spinach and the same thing happens. Literally anything I eat makes it hurt there and nauseous with heart palpitations and extreme tiredness, etc. Has anyone suffered anything like this? The doctors have nothing for me and tell me "probably adhesions." Problem is I generally don't have pains until I eat, sometimes a burning feeling around naval if stomachs empty, but definately when i eat. Inhave tried enzymes they mildly work. Just seems like eating anymore is a no no.
Thanks for your time. Take care.
Post Edited (JenayS) : 10/23/2016 9:39:16 AM (GMT-6)