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Burning Stomach Pain At Night
Sharp pain in chest with shoulder/back/neck pain. Dull ache constantly/sharp at times for 3 days. Worse at night. ?
Musculoskeletal: Your description is of musculoskeletal pain - myofascial syndrome, costochondritis, muscular strain, stretch, or pull. Simple analgesics like Ibuprofen or naprosyn, (naproxen) rest, heat, massage, and time should help you feel better. If not, you'll have to see your doctor for more advanced therapy. ...Read more
Pain in my stomach at night releived by drinking peppermint tea and belching. Wake up at night due to pain. What is it?
Nocturnal pain: Upper abdominal discomfort associated with belching awakening you during the night may be caused by ulceration in the stomach or duodenum. Gall bladder or pancreatic pathology, GERD are other possibilities. I recommend consulting a gastroenterologist for evaluation. Appropriate testing will be ordered. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nonspecific: If the pain is in the skin and at the location of the redness, it sounds like a big bite, or scratch. If not, really need more info about the pain. You could always make an appointment to see a primary care provider if it persists or gets worse. Hope this helps! ...Read more
I have burning stomach pains, nausea when I lay flat, diarrhea 1-2 times a day. Mostly wakes me up at night from the pain and some diarrhea.
Stomach issues: It sounds like you have both upper and lower Gastrointestinal problems - the nausea and pain in stomach could be virus or acid reflux. The diarrhea could indicate infection lower in the gut. If you have fever, blood in stools, then see your M.D. right away. If the diarrhea and pain continue for more than four days, see your M.D. as well. Hope you feel better. ...Read more
Neuropathy?: Try Vit B complex and Vit E, Magnesium and potassium supplements. All available OTC. It seems you had whipple's procedure so you must be under doctor's close care. Please ask him/her who has all the other Medical information regarding your other medications and associated conditions . ...Read more
What could upper abdomen pain after eating and unbearable chest pain when laid flat at night be please?
Please see doctor: "stomach pain" can be caused by lots of things & may indeed originate outside the GI tract. Further evaluation is in order before anyone can answer "what to do." your doctor will want to re-examine you as well as know the quality, timing, duration, location, & associations (eating, position, activity, stooling, urinating) of your pain to better direct the next appropriate testing. ...Read more
They are not related: Lower back pain is due to life itself. Strains wear on muscles making unhealed micro-tears and scars. Tattered muscles will drive you crazy. Txmt: self-care, wellness, Vits, Mag supp, massage, yoga, stretching, chiropractors, Soaking. Modified versions of acupuncture/trigger points inj will stimulating scars to heal. This may treat urine problem too. See your doc for a urine test. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Intermittent stomach pain, acid reflux, and nausea. X-ray showed gas in stomach, feels best when standing, worst at night. ?
See gastroenterologist: It is apparent that you need to talk to a gastroenterologist. There are i'm quite sure simple answers to the symptoms that you have. It could be that for some reason you are belching more at night because you are swallowing air. This air could then pass to your large bowel bymorning and cause problems. This is only a hypothesis however and i would recommend that you see a gastroenterologist for a full workup to determine the true nature of your symptoms. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
I have abdominal pains after meals and rumbling stomach when am hungry at times the pain radiates to my chest?
Not OK: It should not be painful to void or have a bowel movement. You should have a thorough medical evaluation to determine why this is the case. Waking sweaty and with head pain can be a symptom of sleep apnea among other things and should also be investigated. Call your doctor for an appointment soon. ...Read more
I've been having sharp stomach pains at night on the upper right and left sides of my stomach. It's very painful and only happens at night. Why?
Hard to say: Time specific symptoms can relate to activity changes.Does a busy day distract you from pain you would feel, but the evening/night make you more aware ? Does this amplify when lying down or after consuming the evening meal ?Is it stomach or chest wall ? Do you occasionally burp up some of your meal ? This could be reflux related.If antacids help, you may want to see your doc for exam/treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My middle upper chest been burning about 3 weeks everyday. My stomach dosen't hurt no vomiting only belching tight throat and pain mostly burning pain?
GERD: The burning pain that you are having sounds like acid reflux . The symptoms include burning pain ( throat /upper chest). There may be burping or belching. You should refrain from eating things with caffeine(chocolate, coffee, soda) avoid acidic foods such as tomato sauce, citrus also fried foods. It is important not to eat within 2 hours of bedtime. Take otc acid reducer. See md if not better. ...Read more
'hungry' pain upper mid abdo at night, gas, stinging pain upper right abdo, thumb thick stool, occ nausea, less apetite, undigested food. What's wrong?
See a GI doctor: You really need to be seen, a full history obtained, examined, some labs run and endoscopy seriously considered. This can be one of numerous conditions, several of them potentially serious. You should undergo appropriate testing, diagnosis and management soon. Hope you get better quickly. Good luck. Four months seems very long to schedule endoscopy. ...Read more
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