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Abdominal Pain While Eating
Lots of reasons...: Have you undergone upper endoscopy to rule out gastric disease missed on x-ray or colonoscopy to assess the splenic flexure of the large bowel? Do you have underlying irritable bowel syndrome? Is your distress worsened or improved by meals, activity, deep breathing, palpation of ribs? Have you suffered any physical trauma recently to the area? What medications have been tried, ; which have helped? ...Read more
Abdominal pain is pain that you feel anywhere between your chest and groin. This is often referred to as the stomach region or belly. Almost everyone experiences pain in the abdomen at one time or another. Most of the time, it is not caused by a serious medical problem. There are many organs in the abdomen. Pain in the abdomen can originate from any one of them, including: Organs related to digestion -- the end of the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas The aorta -- a large blood vessel that runs straight down the inside of the abdomen The appendix -- an organ in the lower right abdomen that no longer serves much function The kidneys -- two bean-shaped organs that lie deep within the abdominal cavity The spleen -- an organ involved in blood maintenance and infection control However, the pain may start from somewhere else -- like your chest or pelvic area. You may also have a generalized infection, such as the flu or strep throat, that affects many parts of your body. The intensity of the pain does not always reflect the seriousness of the condition causing the pain. Severe abdominal pain can be from mild conditions, such as gas or the cramping of viral gastroenteritis. On the other hand, relatively mild pain or no pain may be present with life-threatening conditions, such as cancer of the ...Read more
Would it be typical of a rib cage tumor to cause increased abdominal pain while eating and while walking?
Need more info: Do you have a known rib cage tumor? The benign ones aren't likely to do this unless they're massive an impinging on your stomach. The malignant ones are treacherous and can do anything. Symptoms like this require a full diagnostic workup, whether or not a tumor is present; imaging should show whether there's a tumor if that's your concern. ...Read more
If woman is facing frequent light abdominal pain at the center and eating lesser.... She used to eat 3meals...Now 2.What's the cause of problem?
See a GI doctor: Not enough info in this question to even speculate about a potential cause. See a gastroenterologist and provide a full detailed history and exam and you should get a satisfactory answer. This sounds severe. Please go soon. ...Read more
Been having severe low abdominal pain,but how is it possable to put on up to 5+ lbs in a day sometimes wihout eating and im not drinkin 5+lbs,????????
No: The observations and math calculations don't sound correct. First, there is no source of increased weight unless a person eats or drinks (or gets IV fluids). Secondly, almost never does a normal person not eat or drink in a full 24-hour day, unless she is very ill. In any case, "severe abdominal pain" needs an evaluation by a doctor to check for appendicitis, diverticulitis, or other bad problems. ...Read more
Gluten problem?: Gluten intolerance (about 10% of people) may cause bloating, diarrhea, nonspecific complaints. Celiac disease, among its many manifestations may result in diarrhea. In the latter, exposure of intestine to gluten causes inflammation of affected gut lining, with a decrease in absorptive surface of that gut, & resulting malabsorption of food--best fixed by avoiding eating wheat, barley, rye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Where is your pain? If it is epigastric and associated with radiation up the chest, then gerd is a possibility. When you fill the stomach and then lie down, then reflux is likely to occur. Other causes of post prandial pain are ulcer disease, gastritis and gall bladder disease. You should discuss this with your physician. ...Read more
Many possibilities: If you have fever, vomiting or symptoms lasting over 4 hours, get to your doctor. If not, watch your diet. If you feel better with a low fat diet, it could be gallstones. Also hydrate and get your bowels moving. If your symptoms persist, an ultrasound, ekg and/or a scope of your upper GI tract should be considered. ...Read more
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