I agree... It sounds like it could be a hernia... Especially if they already saw one. I had a hernia, and they couldn't see it until explatory surgery. I had my surgery reversed do to other complications. The surgeon that did my reversal has done more than anyone in the area. He said the main reason for doing reversals is unexplained abdominal pain. I tell you this, not to say you are going to have to have it reversed... That is RARE.... I tell you this to let you know that you have nothing to be embarassed about if they find nothing. It is a real symptom, sometimes it just can't be explained. MOST of the time, they see something during explatory surgery. It could be scar tissue or adhesions from previous surgeries... that is always a risk with surgery.
I'm looking for help and noticed your from New York. I have not had weight loss surgery but I am looking for a surgeon willing to do
exploratory surgery for abdominal pain and almost a 90lb weight loss over the last year. Do you think your surgeon who did your exploratory
would be willing to help me?