I have been through so many tests, and surgery and have gotten worse?

Hi, my name is (…) and I have been through so many tests, and surgery and have gotten worse. I had laprascopic gallbladder removal Dec. 16, 2016. I have seen cardiologist and ruled out my heart. I have had chest xrays, HIDA Scan, blood tests, h.pylori tests. Emergency visits. So here is what I am experiencing right upper abdominal pressure. Chest pressure, stabbing pain off and on to the right of my navel when walking and driving. Urine that smells like poop, frequent urination, abdominal heaviness, can not get in a comfortable position when sitting, fatigue, weakness, extremely low vit. D, slow healing with bruises, like the one I got from getting my blood drawn and its been 3 months. Always feel that I have a lump in my throat.




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Dr Ahmed Fawzy
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Dr Ahmed Fawzy

Hi
Did you do GFR test or urine analysis,
You should also check for renal tubular acidosis
Good Luck

Dr Masr
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Dr Masr

Do the following,

Thyroid profile, urine analysis and stool analysis, CBC, PT, PTT, INR
Also I need to know ur sex and gender

Dr Mahaveer
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Dr Mahaveer

hi,
the surgery seems to be alright .
The present symptoms do not seem to be related to the surgery.
A generalised lowered immunity with gross hormonal changes seems to be the underlying cause.
you need to consult a endocrinologist,physician to rule out renal / liver / thyroid related causes.
thanks

Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Dr. Ayman Darrag

Do you suffer any bowel movement abnormalities?
What is the platelets count in your CBC test?

Dr.Honey
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Dr.Honey

Hi..
Thanks for the query..

Get a thorough renal evaluation done along with Abdominal CT scan and urine culture..
Along with it you should also get Hb% done, blood sugar analysis, CBP/ Hemogram etc to look for kidney related causes..

Hope this helps..

Regards.