I will give some backstory before I ask my question...
I have Crohns in the small intestine. As of May 2019 it was still in remission (verified with scope). I started having issues with right-side abdominal pain and lots of bloating/gas in the past month. My GI thinks I have IBS on top of my Crohn's so she ordered a breath test to find out what was causing the bloating.
However in the past four days the pain suddenly spiked (it happened after eating fried food, I normally don't have problems from it). The pain doesn't go away now though it is only excruciating right after I eat. I couldn't eat or drink anything without horrible crampy pain on my right side and the feeling I needed to vomit. I went to the ER and the ultrasound was negative for stones but the ER suggested a HIDA scan; they think it is still my gallbladder. They had me take Bently and Zoftan regularly and that has taken the pain and nausea down but I still cant eat without a ton of pressure and stabbing pain. Right now all I can eat comfortably (with meds) is a slice of cheese. Aside from the pain and nausea, I have a low grade fever.
Is it possible this is all still just IBS? I'm worried that's what the doctor will say and I cant imagine living like this long term. I cant even eat soup without feeling like I am going to throw up.
My Crohns pain was never quite like this pain even when I was actively flaring and losing weight.
Post Edited (artemis111) : 9/18/2019 3:25:02 PM (GMT-6)