Thanks for posting your worry.
I assume you have been to many consultations and have not had any favorable management plan for your answer? You are suffering from either chronic functional abdominal pain
or chronic irritable bowel diseases that if investigated clinically and para-clinically ( i.e laboratory tests, radiology e.g endoscopy, colonoscopy
, abdomino-pelvic ultrasound
, abdominal CT or MRI etc) we shall probably find no cause such as an infection or tumor etc. This means your problem might be of nervous or genetic origin and will need specialist doctors on the domain of chronic abdominal pain
In the mean time, the pain could be controlled by using low dose antidepressants such as amitriptyline
+ anti-spasmodic at time of crisis. If you are a female, you will need to visit a gyobs for evaluation of your pelvis ( reproductive structures). If you are fortunate and a cause of your problem can be identified by the doctors, then you will probably get a cure.
Also, you will probably need to check on the meals you eat and see if there is any particular dish or food type which when eaten has a greater tendency of causing the pain. Also peptic ulcer
needs to be investigated. A stool exams and culture will be paramount to rule out any infections.
Hope this helps