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Are there adults who had pyloric stenosis as a baby and have related stomach problems as adults?

Are there adults who had pyloric stenosis as a baby and have related stomach problems as adults?

Rarely: Pyloric stenosis is a congenital gastric obstruction that occurrs between two to six weeks of life. Once it is fixed infants an resume eating a normal diet. Later problems in adulthood are uncommon. Would see a gastroenterologist for evaluation. ...Read more

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Sleeping on stomach cause baby problems?

Sleeping on stomach cause baby problems?

Yes: Belly sleeping was popular in the us from the post wwi period until the 90"s. People thought it might prevent problems if they spit up. Unfortunately the oriental cultures (belly sleeping is taboo) had a better plan. Crib death has declined in the us by 40-50% since we recognized back sleeping was safer. After 4-5m, they will roll & sleep as they want.(this is past the period of most risk). ...Read more

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My 5 weeks old baby girl wit her colic discomfort still go days witout toileting which add more to her stomach problems. Wot can I do to help her go.

My 5 weeks old baby girl wit her colic discomfort still go days witout toileting which add more to her stomach problems. Wot can I do to help her go.

Colic: try changing her formula to similar sensitive or ends mil gentle ease these are good for colicky and fussy children sometimes giving an ounce of water in the morning and at night will help in having bowel movements all the best ...Read more

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Why am i having stomach problems?

Why am i having stomach problems?

Dont know: These type of medical concerns require a face-to-face consult with a primary care physician. There could be many reasons your stomach is bothering you. The good news is that we can fix them if we know what the reason for your discomfort really is. ...Read more

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Are my stomach problems significant?

Are my stomach problems significant?

Not sure: It is not clear as to what stomach problems you might have, but some stomach problems can be life-threatening, such as an ulcer or mallory-weiss tear. See your doctor to determine the seriousness of your particular stomach issue. ...Read more

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What is causing my stomach problems?

What is causing my stomach problems?

Like what?: Stomach problems can be one of many things like: pain, nausea, indigestion or bloating. You need to be specific and provide some more details before we can help you. ...Read more

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I had stomach problems, how can I do?

I had stomach problems, how can I do?

Acid Reflux: General symptoms of acid reflux include: -burning in the chest, known as heartburn -burning in the throat or an acid taste in the throat -stomach or chest pain -trouble swallowing -having raspy voice or a sore throat -unexplained cough the best treatment is to start and continue on acid reflux medications since these medications work by reducing acid in the stomach. ...Read more

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Is echenacea good for stomach problems?

Is  echenacea  good  for  stomach  problems?

Unlikely: Echinacea is a "pop" remedy that has failed most of the controlled studies, though its popularity makes me think perhaps there's some real effect. If you're experiencing significant GI upset, you owe it to yourself to get diagnosed and treated scientifically. Reflux is a breeding ground for serious problems, including lung damage and cancer. ...Read more

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What to do if i always have stomach problems?

What to do if i always have stomach problems?

Med eval.: If you have chronic abdominal symptoms, medical evaluation would be prudent. Based on the assessment, a treatment can be developed. ...Read more

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Are you able to help with stomach problems?

Are you able to help with stomach problems?

Depends: You have to be more specific than "stomach problems". Where is the pain, when is the pain, what is the quality of the pain, any other symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, blood in the stool etc. ...Read more