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Right upper quadrant pain, nausea, light headed, Yesinia, Cat Scan and ultrasounds negative, constipated

14 yr old daughter with RUQ pain , nausea , lightheadedness . Diagnosed 7 weeks ago with Yesinia. Has had Cat Scan s, ultrasounds, and hida scan all negative. Blood work all normal. She has lost 12 pounds and gets constipated easily. Had an EGD yesterday which looked normal waiting for biopsy results. She is crying now because of the pain. Every bump in the road hurts her when driving. Burps a lot. Able to eat but not much. Help!
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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Hi...looks like she is having gastritis following the antibiotics... and as she is not eating adequately due to pain and nausea she is having lightheadedness and constipation... give her ppi and levosulpride combination for a couple of weeks...and avoid tea, coffee, soda fruits n curds...she will be fine...

Dr. Ashish Verma
Answered: Mon, 30 Dec 2013
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