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Bloated And Sore Upper Stomach
Feels like a ball in between rib cage/upper abdmn.Sore to the touch and hurts more when I have stomach pains.Stomach always bloated.What is that ball?
Right upper abdomen tender to touch, bloated stomach, rash on stomach, extreme tiredness, night sweats, sore knee joints?
See below: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Hello I useally eat a lot of spicey food and after a Nite out the next day my stomach does be very sore /bloated feeling /cramps and stomach very sore?
Most likely...: It sounds like your stomach has been irritated by the type of food you had, or what is called gastritis. If you have the facility get antacids and try to eat low fat food and avoid also sauces, spicy, caffeine, fried foods.If you get worse and develop significant abdominal pain go to your nearest emergency department for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes my stomach to feel sore inside & bloated? Could it be from appendectomy end of July? It's been a few weeks.
Could be anything: Symptoms of abdominal pain and bloated are not specific. The location, frequency, intensity and relationship with meals may help us determined the origin of the pain. Watch for worsening of the symptoms, in which case I will advise you to contact your family doctor for a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
I've been constipated, however moved my bowles today, but stomach is still bloated and sore! is this normal?
Yes: It is normal to have some discomfort after having been constipated. ...Read more
My stomach has been sore for about 4 days and I have had occasional nausea but not gotten sick. I also feel kind of bloated. Any ideas of the problem?
Indigestion: do you have any heartburn does your stomach get more sore when you are hungry or after you eat how is your bowels some of these question might need answers you might be having a simple indigestion or the beginning of what we called irritable bowel syndrome see doctor can examined you assure you or treat you good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have hemrroids, bloated, belching, flattulence, uses to be consisted but not anymore, no pain, no blood, just stomach soreness..What could it be?
Make better choices: Fast food is notorious for being low in fiber & generally high in calories from concentrated sweets & fat. Fats delay stomach emptying & promote reflux. Dietary fats also promote release of cck & substance y which alters gut sensitivity, contracts the gallbladder, & prompts the "ileal brake" which in predisposed patients causes bloating & fullness. Choose instead salads, fruits, & whole grains. ...Read more
My body is sore and aches, feels like I exercised intensely but haven't. Stomach is hard, bloated. Could this be caused by anxiety or what else?
Anxiety could be: behind some of these symptoms; however, the hard, bloated stomach is atypical. Check this out with your MD first to r/o physical causes, then see a mental health specialist for the psychological part. In the meantime, learn about anxiety, just in case... http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page2.html ...Read more
Yes, but...: When you say "swelling" are you relating your abdominal circumference to feelings of distension, fluid retention, constipation, overeating, or do you feel pregnant? Hard to answer your question without further information and clarity. Over what period of time have you noted the swelling--minutes or months, and what are your underlying medical problems (alcohol, liver disease, gut problems...)? ...Read more
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