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Burning Feeling In Right Side Stomach
What could cause a burning feeling in right abdomen on flank side. Seems like it is only present after working all day. I do have up back pain as well?
Other symptoms?: Does it feel like a pulled muscle? How long does it last? Do certain foods make it worse. Have you tried any meds? Did you injure the muscle working out? Would you say it is more related to food or activity? If food, you may want to obtain us of gallbladder to rule out stones a common cause of rt abdo and back pain exacerbated by food. Is there any abdominal pain? Bloating? Nausea? ...Read more
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
I'm having a burning feeling on the right side of my abdomen. Idk what it is and it's been happening for a few days. Not unbearable just annoying.?
See your doctor: You need to give a thorough history. So it is best for you to see your doctor for an evaluation ...Read more
I have pain on left side and burning in upper abdominal. Can't eat or drink without feeling bloated & increasing pain. Any ideas?
Consider pancreas...: A problem with your pancreas could be the cause. See a doctor to evaluate it ...Read more
I have a pain in my tricep and left side of abdomen happening at the same time. The tricep is a burning feeling and the stomach is like a quick stab?
Nondiagnostic: This is a nondiagnostic symptoms with 2 diverse areas of the body involved. Quick stabbing sensations are signs of pinching of a nerve and the transient burning sensation in the upper arm at the same time may be a referred symptom from the abdominal stabs. For example chest pain from heart disorders may have associated arm discomfort as chest and arm sensory areas are close in the brain.? See MD ...Read more
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
Pain in abdomen right side& side Heavy in chest & burning feeling in back Nausaa & vomiting Is this from gallbladder?
Don't mess around: With those symptoms, I would get it checked out right away including chest X-rays and electocardiogram. ...Read more
When I cough or sneeze, I have a burning/ripping feeling on the right side of my abdomen about 2 inches away from my belly button. What could this be?
Taking lansoprozole 30 mg a day in the morning, after I take it im feeling very hot and my stomach burning is that any side effect. Or. High. Dose?
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
I have a burning feeling on the left side of my abdomen. No pain but I am also feeling dizzy/faint and have quite a lot of gas. Could it be my uc?
Yes: If you have uc, a flare could present with many different symptoms. This may be the start of something that will progress to a more typical flare for you. ...Read more
My mouth tests salty and burning feeling on my left side of my stomach. Also at night I feel pain on my chest and difficulty breathing, I am worried.
See a doctor: Health care has always, and will always be best delivered in the doctor's office. Advice can come online, but healthcare comes face to face. This could be anything from reflux, to heart disease to something wierd, but at your age, reflux sounds the most likely. See a doctor, please. ...Read more
Could I possibly be pregnant? Having bad sharp pain and cramps in lower abdomen and in my sides, also some burning and feeling sick. Since yesterday.
Hi I can't sleep due to an aggressive burning pain in my back sides lower abdomen with a fever hot sweats and feeling freezing plus I feel sick
Get care ASAP: Many different kinds of problems could cause all this, some of them very serious. This is not a problem to be addressed by any online forum. See a doctor ASAP. ...Read more
Cramp pain off n on left side stomack/back lower stomach. Loose stools or diarea on and off. Black dots on tissue paper. Burning feeling after pooping?
Diarrheal infection?: Colon, rectum, or anus symptoms can be due to some irritation (inflammation) or infection. Serious problems like cancers are possible, depending on one's age and family history. Irritation can occur from diarrhea, giardia, constipation, diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, etc... A primary care doctor can evaluate, and refer to a G.I. Specialist if needed. ...Read more
I have the following symptoms: burning feeling in my chest and stomach. Numbness, pain and abnormal sensations in the arms and legs (on the left side). Muscle weakness and aches. Is this neuropathy?
I would see a neuro: Doc for this. Things that have to be ruled out include lyme's disease and ms among other things. Please get an evaluation to set your mind at ease or to get timely treatment. Best wishes. ...Read more
See below: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
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
Maybe have an ulcer?: Burning may indicate an ulcer, or at least significant dyspepsia. Ulcers can bleed (sometimes massively), perforate the stomach, obstruct stomach emptying. Medical evaluation is key (& needed especially urgently if vomiting blood or passing melenic stool), alcohol, aspirin, nsaid's, h.Pylori may contribute. Some medical conditions further predispose to ulcers. Any response to acid blocker drugs? ...Read more
High acid in stomach: Sounds like higher acid. Try TUMS or Zantac (ranitidine). Avoid spicy foods, alcohol, cigarettes, caffeine, tomato-based products, vinegar, citrus, chocolate. These can all make it worse. Medications like Advil and Aleve can also make it worse. If it continues on with taking Zantac (ranitidine) or TUMS then a trial of Prevacid are Prilosec or similar medications will help. ...Read more
Dyspepsia: Burning sensation - heartburn (dyspepsia)- in stomach not uncommon with pregnancy as the baby pushes up on stomach and can cause some acid to leak from stomach into the lower esophagus. Eating small portions, staying upright after meals, avoiding caffeine, nicotine, fatty meals and alcohol may prevent symptoms. Drink small sips of water frequently, chew some gum or take Tums (calcium carbonate) if that doesn't work. ...Read more
A family physician: Burning sensation in abdomen w/ tenderness can be many things. Onset, location, duration, character, aggravating factors, relieving factors, temporal factors all need to be discussed to further narrow down possible issues - at this point, could be reflux, stress, gastritis, aortic dissection or even stomach cancer.... Need more info - if pain is severe and persistent, see your family physician. ...Read more
I always wake up with discomfort in my stomach. It's a burning/full feeling. What does this mean?
Higher acid: Few things you can do. I suggest avoiding eating right before you go to bed. Also avoiding alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, spicy food, hot temperature food, citrus, vinegar, cerements or peppermints for the next 2 to 4 weeks. You can also take an over-the-counter ranitidine or famotidine. You can take those in the morning or at nights or both. TUMS and between the day helps also. If those things don't help then Leila Sechler Prevacid or Nexium (esomeprazole) would be the next step up but your key is to avoid the foods that insult the stomach the most and cause higher acid contents. ...Read more