By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:04 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 03:59 GMT, 1 March 2020
A young woman suffered years of crippling abdominal pain that left doctors baffled until a FaceTime video call with an expert changed her life.
New Zealand woman Sharna McManus, 22, said she had spent the last four years visiting specialists in a bid to find out the source of her agonising stomach pain.
'It's mentally challenging as you can't predict and you can't plan anything,' Ms McManus told Nine News.
'Pretty much any team they could send me to, they would say "no it's not me, it's the next team, it's the next team." They said there was nothing more they could do to help me.'
Perth specialist Krishna Boddu diagnosed Sharna McManus with nerve entrapment
Nerve entrapment is a rare condition where the nerves become compressed and restricted.
It affects the nerve’s ability to send and receive messages from the brain and may