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Burning/heat feeling in left upper stomach during an MRI without contrast, why? Please don't tell me is not related as it really did happened. No metal

Burning/heat feeling in left upper stomach during an MRI without contrast, why? Please don't tell me is not related as it really did happened. No metal

Unknown: Unfortunately, all i can tell you that there is no science to explain this. I can also happen if you have had metal injury to that area in the past, or have a tattoo in that area. ...Read more

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Burning feeling in lower left abdomen while sitting ?

Burning feeling in lower left abdomen while sitting ?

Poor posture?: Not enough info to help you. Does walking help if so get up and move around. Are you constipated? Do you slouch? Any testicular pain or swelling? ...Read more

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Burning feeling inside stomach on left side of stomach, should I be concerned?

Burning feeling inside stomach on left side of stomach, should I be concerned?

Yes. : This is not normal and, at a minimum, requires evaluation by your regualr md. If you don't have one, time to get one. Unless severe, don't go to an er or urgent care - it will cost you more...And does not establish a doctor-patient relationship that will serve you well over the years... ...Read more

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What causes a burning and cooling feeling on the left upper abdomen?

What causes a burning and cooling feeling on the left upper abdomen?

Depends: left upper abdomin incases the spleen , clears old blood cells and has a role in infection prevention, but it could be as easy as cool fluids drank just prior since the stomach is partly there too, if no other symptoms like bloating or pain or change in stool pattern not much concern yet. ...Read more

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There's a slight burning feeling/discomfort in my upper left abdomen area. I've felt this before, but it went away. I feel it again, what could it be?

LUQ abd discomfort: It could be many things. Is it worsened or relieved by eating? Worse with exercise? Exercise induced suggests musculoskeletal, food induced (especially fat) suggests gallbladder problems. You are already on Prilosec that should help with peptic problems. If it persists, a physical exam and an ultrasound may be helpful. ...Read more

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Feeling burning pain in side of left stomach it becames warse when I lay down ?

Feeling burning pain in side of left stomach it becames warse when I lay down ?

It could be a: developing peptic ulcer disease or gerd. You need to be checked for h.pylori and if it is found you need to be treated for eat. See a gi specialist. In the mean time you can use otc antiacid medications. ...Read more

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What seems to be the problem if you have a feeling of burning sensation on the left upper abdomen?

What seems to be the problem if you have a feeling of burning sensation on the left upper abdomen?

See a doctor: The symptom you describe could fit into multiple different diagnoses. You need to provide a full detailed history and undergo an exam by a concerned pcp who may then want to refer you to a GI doctor. Hope you feel better quickly. ...Read more

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Burning sensation left side of stomach along with bubbly feeling in same area. I'm currently 4 days late and nauseous i've taking test and they're neg?

Pregnancy is not the: Only reason for a late period. Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems. #1 reason is pregnancy. ...Read more

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I was wondering can h pylori cause a burning feeling in middle back on the left side or is this something else it burns on left side chest and stomach?

I was wondering can h pylori cause a burning feeling in middle back on the left side or is this something else it burns on left side chest and stomach?

Helicobacter pylori: H. Pylori by itself does not cause any pain. It can make it more likely to develop an ulcer, however, and certainly an ulcer, if present, could produce the kind of pain you're talking about.I would start by taking ranitidine 150 mg twice a day while awaiting an appointment at your doctor for further evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more