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digestion takes several hours, why feeling pain after 10-15 minutes after eating. lack of appetite and tiredness. passing stools do not improve pain.

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Dr. Jerald Rector
Specializes in Family Medicine
Pain after eating: Sounds quite a bit like gallbladder pain, though something involving stomach acid may also be the culprit. This is something your doctor can sort out, and if it persists, see them to see if testing appropriate.
Answered on Jul 11, 2015
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