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Dr. Warren Foster
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Abdominal Burning (Overview)

Abdominal burning is a symptom in which a person feels his tummy has a lot of heat in it. The burning sensation can turn into pain sometimes.


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Help please! could colon cancer cause abdominal burning sensation?

Help please! could colon cancer cause abdominal burning sensation?

Not generally: Colon cancer usually does not cause any symptoms until it obstructs, bleeds or perforates. A contained perforation causes pain, but is not characterized as burning, more likely as a constant sharp pain. If you are concerned about abdominal pain, you need to see your physician asap. ...Read more

Dr. Warren Foster
21 doctors shared insights

Abdominal Burning (Overview)

Abdominal burning is a symptom in which a person feels his tummy has a lot of heat in it. The burning sensation can turn into pain sometimes.


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Abdominal burning and pain - can't sleep at night?

Abdominal burning and pain - can't sleep at night?

Several things: Where is the pain? In the center? To the right? Does it go anywhere else? It could be as simple as irritation oh your stomach lining or reflux or even gall bladder disease or stones. If it has persisted for any length of time i would see your doctor. ...Read more

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Tested positive for h.Pylori. I'm on meds so should I still feel the abdominal burning?

Tested positive for h.Pylori. I'm on meds so should I still feel the abdominal burning?

No: H pylori is a widespread infection and if your symptoms are persisting despite apparent adequate treatment, you should consutl your doctor to seek alternative explanation and possible change in treatment. ...Read more

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I'm 28 weeks and i'm having lower abdominal burning sensations. When i take pressure off of my pelvis by lifting up my tummy the feeling gets better?

I'm 28 weeks and i'm having lower abdominal burning sensations. When i take pressure off of my pelvis by lifting up my tummy the feeling gets better?

Skin stretching: Being 28 weeks pregnant and having burning on the lower abdomen that improves when lifting the uterus up sounds like it is coming from the abdominal wall. As the uterus gets bigger the skin gets stretched, when stretches the nerves in the skin and can cause the nerves to give a burning sensation. Some women will use a maternity belt to lift the uterus up. This can help discomfort. ...Read more

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What to do if I have back/abdominal burning and pain?

What to do if I have back/abdominal burning and pain?

Get checked: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more

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Abdominal burning and pain - can't sleep at night?

Several things: Where is the pain? In the center? To the right? Does it go anywhere else? It could be as simple as irritation oh your stomach lining or reflux or even gall bladder disease or stones. If it has persisted for any length of time i would see your doctor. ...Read more

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Hiw can I releive right abdominal burning sensation?

Checkup: Never ignore abdominal pain- you must be examined and if needed an ultrasound and CT scan should be performed. ...Read more

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What could be the cause of an abdominal burning sensation?

What could be the cause of an abdominal burning sensation?

Many possibilities: Several problems could cause abdominal burning sensation but the most common would be stomach irritation (gastritis) or even stomach ulcers. Less likely would be gallbladder problems or other intestinal problems. To figure out the actual cause you may need upper endoscopy (egd) which is very effective at diagnosing ulcers and gastritis and is a quick 5 minute procedure done with light IV sedation. ...Read more

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Intense abdominal burning and urge to vomit?

Intense abdominal burning and urge to vomit?

See your doctor: There are many questions to follow up on your concern properly. Location of the pain. How long its been going on for. Severity of the pain. Other symptoms. You should see your doctor in order to best address this problem ...Read more