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A 29-year-old male asked:

hi,i have a male friend, 30 years old who complains of having a morning stomach pain which subsides after getting up.he has this condition for a week?

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Dr. Marvin Ott
Emergency Medicine 20 years experience
Reflux: Sounds like he may have reflux. Reflux is often worse when laying down, so it would be better once he got up. Have him try an antacid. If it doesn't get better, have him see his doctor. Hope this helps!
Dr. David Higgs
Emergency Medicine 13 years experience
Hard to tell.: hard to tell from your description. mid-upper abdominal pain that is worse with lying down might be GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), also known as reflux or heartburn. this can also include have a feeling of fullness in the throat, or excessive belching. there are many other potential causes of abdominal pain, however. if it continues, particularly with fever or vomiting, see your doctor.

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I have hpilory, always I have burning, sometime stomach pain.I have male digestive, ?

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Dr. Nayla Mumneh
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Get it treated: There is a combination of antobiotics and antacids that your doctor can prescribe to treat h pylori and help you with your symptoms.

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