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I'm sorry to hear og your indigestion. The most common symptoms are:
Nausea, bloating, abdominal pain, hiccups, vomiting coffee ground vomit.
If persistent, a visit to a Gastroenterologist for endoscopy (looking at the upper GI system with a scope), is suggested.
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I'm sorry you are having so many problems. What you're describing could be gastritis or gallbladder disease. The ultrasound could miss cholesterol stones that are in early formation. IBS would not be a possible primary diagnosis. May I suggest you see a Gastroenterologist for a definitive diagnosis. You need more than just an ultrasound.
Yes, it can happen if you changed your diet, stopped alcohol and smoking if you do any of these. IBS symptoms either constipation or diarrhea usually produce lower GI symptoms. The Gastroenterologist will evaluate both upper and lower GI problems.
Pancreatitis would involve vomiting, grey skin color and severe pain. Your symptoms are NOT Pancreatitis
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