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A 25-year-old female asked:

i have been getting pains in my digestive area.it hurts a bit when i eat.i feel a bit gasy when i lay down.i most times get it before eating?

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Dr. Kimberly Liang
Rheumatology 19 years experience
Likely gastritis: Other possibilities include irritable bowel syndrome or peptic ulcer disease, or simply gas (flatulence). Would discuss with your doctor, but may try otc simethicone (gas-x) and/or Omeprazole (prilosec) to see if that helps.
Dr. Karen Dantin
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Check it out: Could be due to poor digestion, ulcers or other things. Would see your doc.

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