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Experiencing severe nausea, upper quadrant pain. Blood test normal. Have white colored stools. Reason?

Hi, I m a 30 yr old female with severe nausea for the past 2 years. It s accompanied by upper right quadrant pain. I ve had every blood test done known to man, HIDA scan, ultra sounds, CT s. Everything. My GI specialist said to stop wasting my money and to come back when I have new symptoms. They all think gallbladder but then change their minds. ER s dismiss me seeing that I ve been struggling with this for so long. I have extreme nausea at night as well that wakes and keeps me up for hours. I have tried stomach meds like opmeprazol and take phenagrin for nausea but they really do nothing at all to help. It s immediately after eating as well and I have clay or white colored stools at least 2 times a week, sometimes more. Please help. I cannot take this much more. I ve tried changing my diet, I don t have food allergies , or anything else. Ive been told that my stomach and intestines are inflammed but there s no reason for it and all those tests came back fine.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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hello..thanks for using healyh care magic..i understand your trouble..seems you consulted gi and liver function tests done,is it the urine dark ,any itching,whats the direct/conjugated bilirubin,liver enymes..usually when bile is not formed or obstructed from reaching food of git for digestion ..the stools are white,float in the toilet pan hard to flush away.. ,,seems you have a problem in your hepato biliary(liver and gall bladder)system..avoid fat containing ,oil food.take multivitamin tab.get total liver and pancres invg,ct abdomen,complete liver enyme profile, ercp,consult gastroenterologist/hepato biliary will be fine,,bye
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