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Abdominal Pain With Diarrea And Vomiting
Stay hydrated: Lots of possibilities. Most commonly a "stomach bug" or perhaps food poisoning. These should be self-limited & only last a few days without blood in vomit, high fevers or other concerning sx. Most important to ensure hydration-small, frequent sips (no alcohol or caffeinated drinks). If your sx persist, your pain becomes severe, fevers get very high, blood in vomit, or you feel you need it, see doc. ...Read more
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Couple of things..: Gallbladder disease, pancreatitis, peptic ulcer dieases, gastritis, severe reflux can cause your symptoms. Viral gastroenteritis (stomach-bug), irritable bowel can do same as well. If it is severe and rapid onset, it could be pancreatitis/gallbladder disease. If it is better better, then it is a good thing...If getting worse, consult/call doc for instructions... Good luck.. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Had stomach flu for 5 days. day 1 vomiting and diarrhea and bad stomach pain. Day 2 diarrhea and abdominal pain. Still have abdominal pain and gas.
Gastroenteritis: A viral gastroenteritis is likely. Treatment consists of resting, drinking adequate amounts of room temperature fluids including flat ginger ale to settle nausea, light diet of broths and saltine crackers, no roughage, kaopectate to control diarrhea and Tylenol to relieve aches and pains. Symptoms should gradually improve over a few days. See your MD if abdominal pain persists or symptoms worsen. ...Read more
Depends: If it has only been going on for less than 48 hours, and promptly goes away, then you may have a gastrointestinal virus. In this situation blood loss, electrolyte imbalances, and dehydration are the major concerns. If you have been having these symptoms for weeks or months, these could be signs of something serious like cancer. I recommend visiting your doctor for a full evaluation. ...Read more
Do ulcers cause chest pain nausea inability to have bowel movement nausea and extreme abdominal pain?
Yes: Yes, all the above. Excess acid can reflux to the esophagus, burn a hole in the stomach, cause nausea, & slow down digestion (as the pancreas pumps harder to neutralize the acid). If u have an ulcer or the above symptoms, be sure to get checked out with an endoscopy (EGD, camera to stomach) by a certified endoscopist to check things out. Ulcers can perforate- a life-threatening prob that needs sur ...Read more
Intense stomach pain, diarreah and nausea. No vomiting. Can I have the stomach flu with no vomiting?
Stomach flu: This is an incredibly non-specific lay term that has very little meaning to a diagnostician. It is often used to allay patients concerns when a specific causative agent cannot be clearly identified. If you have GI symptoms which persist beyond 3-5 days you should see a doctor. ...Read more
Constant pain and nausea in stomach with intermittent diarrhea and vomitting 2mt . Pain to eat or drink w/o pain until after 8 pm still with diarrhea.
I am experiencing diarrhea, bloating or abdominal fullness, constipation and abdominal discomfort.
With this: combination of symptoms it will be hard to pinpoint a potential diagnosis without an examination and perhaps some lab work. See a local health care provider for these. ...Read more
Depends on how long: We're currently having gastroenteritis, or stomach flu going around. Gas, bloating, diarrhea are common but only last a few days. If you 're having ongoing symptoms, fever, blood in the stool or a significant amount of pain, you should get checked out. If there is travel in your recent past, definitely get checked. ...Read more
I am experiencing vomiting, nausea, stomach upset, bloating or abdominal fullness and upper abdominal pain.
See a doctor: See a doctor if this is persistent. Best wishes ...Read more
I am experiencing stomach upset, abdominal discomfort and vomiting. The following also describe me: Nausea, Generalized abdominal pain, and Stomac...
Your symptoms: if acute, sound like a common viral intestinal flu...if chronic require a complete evaluation by your PCP who may wish to refer you to a Gastroenterologist! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
I'm have epigastric pain LUQ and RUQ pain. Nausea and stool change. Symptoms worsen after eating. Loss of appetite. Fatigue. Pain radiates to back?
Cholecystitis: Chronic cholecystitis or gallbladder stones/sludge associated with symptoms of pain, bloating, belching and nausea is a reason to see a surgeon for a surgical consult. Okay to ask your doc to send you to as surgeon. In the majority of cases, an outpatient laprascopic gallbladder removal will be helpful to the patient. Take a friend with you. Be well. ...Read more
Lump: Need more detail. Where is the lump(center, lower abdomen, etc)? This could represent a hernia of the abdominal wall or if in the case of prior surgery in the area, an incisional hernia. A mass could also be present. Age, prior surgery, location are all factors in answering this inquiry. See your personal physician to sort this out. ...Read more
Need to examine: There are too many causes of these symptoms to be able to provide a meaningful opinion without further history, physical examination and may be some tests. If the symptoms have persisted for more than 4 hours, go the nearest emergency room if you cannot get to see your doctor. ...Read more
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