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Feeling weak, nausea and having stomach pain. All medical test normal. What is the cause and cure?

My daughter who is 17 is having terrible stomach pains and nausea and now lack of energy. We have had all kinds of tests done. X-rays and ultrasounds. Her stomach and ovaries are fine. Do you know what this might be? She doesn t even need to be eating for it to occur. We even saw an obgyn Dr. who put her on a low dosage pill .
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the query.

When stomach pain is present with nausea and all tests are normal, most likely the cause is peptic ulcer. This is hardly visible in ultrasound and does not give any lab tests changes. The best way to diagnose it is and upper GI endoscopy with Helicobacter Pylori test. She should also have liver tests, pancreas tests and stool tests performed.

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Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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