I am sorry you are in pain. When did you have your procedure. Have you followed up with your referring doctor to discuss your symptoms? Where exactly is your pain? An angiogram and a health checkup are very different things. An angiogram is an invasive procedure and a health checkup is typically a history and physical with your healthcare provider. Can you please give a little more detail?
Hello~I would certainly discuss this pain with your doctor, how long ago did you have this procedure? Perhaps it take awhile for the pain to subside.
Have you tried a chiropractor, you might have a pinched nerve in these areas and that is the reason you are having such pain, no pain killer will take it away until the pinched nerve or out of alignment vertebrae is taken care of. The chiropractor will take some x-rays of the area, study them and go over the results with you. If he/she thinks you need more imaging, you might be referred for an MRI, the chiropractor will go over that as well and then start some adjustments that will be able to help the pain.
I don't blame you for not wanting to take the drugs for pain, so many have side effects and yes, they can cause the tummy issues you are having.
I hope you can some relief soon.