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Saturday October 12th Town of Black Creek Heritage Day- Awareness event. Will have gospel music tickets on sale.
Meet Mindi Holden from Oklahoma.
She is 32 years old and a mother of 5 children ! Approx. 3 years ago I started vomiting daily and lost 30 lbs. and was severely sick at 100lbs. before the doctor would really listen to me. I've been on Prilosec , Zantac, Phenegran . Zofran and Gaviscon. My doctor ordered multiple tests and a scope. All test were normal. I had a scope done In Stillwater, Ok. Woke up mid procedure and they said I was combative and stopped it. The dr said my gallbladder was enlarged but wasn't the reason why I was getting sick, but surgery to remove my gall bladder was done. I did gain back 5 lbs. but the symptoms did not go away. That's when my primary care doctor discovered I had ZES. I see my doctor monthly and I'm currently down to 125 lbs. and he is concerned with my weight loss. I'll be having another scope just not sure when as the closest place is 2 hours away. I'm basically living off Gaviscon and Phenegran to the point I'm scared to even eat anything because I'm going to be curled up barfing my guts out. Just a lil about my life with ZES and I struggle daily just getting up to go to work. Praying for earlier diagnosis and better outcomes.
Many of us have similar stories. Chronic health issues and massive health care costs due to specialists visits especially when our neuroendocrine tumors are cancerous. 95% reoccurrence rates skyrocket expenditures for medical treatment. Please consider a donation on our about us page at the bottom of the page! Thanks so much!
Zollinger Ellison Syndrome (ZES) Foundation was established June 8th, 2018 as a 501 3c Charitable Organization.