A 27-year-old female asked:
My symptoms are pain by upper left quadrant right below ribcage. no heartburn. regular bowel movement. dr described as infection by my stomach valve. urine tested positive for infection. prescribed urizone and prozolac. still feeling pain? advice pls?
2 doctor answers • 3 doctors weighed in
Internal Medicine 8 years experience
Stomach doctor: Urizone is for the urinary tract infection. Can you clarify the Prozolac, is it Prilosec? People with these symptoms usually I send them to Gastroenterology for further workup.
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
LUQ pain: Pain in the left upper abdomen is not suggestive of a lower urinary urinary tract infection for which urizone is used. I'm unsure as to what prozolac is, but it could be prilosec which treats gi problems and gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining) could cause pain in the left upper abdomen. Other causes of LUQ abdominal pain are pancreatitis or spleen pathology. If not improved see gastroe
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Last updated Dec 13, 2020
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