Stomach flare up

Commented on September 08, 2013
Created September 06, 2013 at 2:35 PM

I started getting really bad stomach pains after I ate breakfast in May. At first I thought I was getting too much protein. They started coming on more and more after breakfast, it would lead to hours of pain. and then eventually they would last for 9 hours at a time. I ended up in the emergency room at least every other days for a few weeks. They did every test possible. I am from Missouri and on y way to crossfit regionals, I got sick from eggs and ended up admitted in the Chicago hospital. They did more tests and could not find out what it was. I have narrowed the problem down to foods that are high in good fat causing it to hurt. So almonds, eggs, avacados.. Here are my symptoms: High eosinophil count When my stomach flares up my stomach feels like it is going to explode. I get sharp stabbing pains. It has been about a month since my last stomach ache, today I had egg whites and I made a smoothie which had blueberries, strawberries, half an avacado, coconut milk and a banana. Minutes after eating it, I got sick. I am doubled over in pain. Has anyone experienced this?? Please please please let me know any info My eosinophils are 3 times higher than the normal persons are.



on September 08, 2013
at 03:39 AM

the gallbladder comes in to play when digesting fats. so try googling your symptoms & gallbladder. & if you decide to get your gallbladder checked out, get your liver checked out as well, the liver produces bile and supplies it to the gallbladder.

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on September 06, 2013
at 09:34 PM

Wow, so, egg whites have a lot of antibodies and can cause upset stomach. And coconut makes a LOT of people sick, me included. I also recently discovered that I am egg intolerant. They make my stomach hurt and I want to puke. They cause me gas and bloating for hours as well and a headache.

And to find the cause, eat each of those things by themselves to eliminate the cause. I personally think you will find it to be the eggs or CO, maybe both. Good luck!

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