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Burning Stomach Pain At Night
After eating, stomach pain/burning travels down abdomen esp. left and right sides. Abd. hurts when pressed on.Dr.says too much acid in body. Thoughts?
Maybe: There are many causes of belly pain, some of which are simply annoying, others are deadly. Assuming your doctor did thorough interview & exam, if stomach acid seems to be most likely cause, then high dose omeprazole (Prilosec) can help determine if acid is to blame. If symptoms persist, then other causes should be investigated. Acidity usually affects only upper, central abdomen. ...Read more
Stomach pain. Wake up in the middle of the night from pain. Stabbing burning sensation. No matter how much I eat my stomach feels completely empty?
Ulcer - Gastritis: The nocturnal pain and the hunger sensation could be secondary to a peptic ulcer. This occurs when there is excessive secretion of gastric acid, or intake of medications like Motrin, Aspirin, Advil (ibuprofen) etc etc., or bacteria in the lining of the stomach (H.pylori). If persist an upper endoscopy (EGD) could help make the diagnosis. ...Read more
I'm experiencing chest pain at night, stomach pain, skin burning all over, headache and feeling real shaky. What could cause this?
Not sure: since all those problems may be independent from each other and don't really fit any one diagnosis. You could have a psychological condition like severe generalized anxiety, but a healthcare provider needs to rule out other diseases before making that conclusion. You should see a healthcare provider for proper workup and treatment. ...Read more
Have two brain lesions. Last two weeks, I've had stomach pain. Sharp and wakes me up at night. Also burning. Is this related?
For the past two days, I have had burning stomach pain and loose to watery stools.I get a low grade temperature at night. There is no intestinal cramping. Could it be an ulcer, IBS or virus?
Many options, but ..: Gastritis/esophagitis, peptic ulcer diseases are some possoibilities and you can try: pepcid, tums, zantac, (ranitidine) zegerid, priolosec, or Prevacid etc...If your symptoms are new and go away in a few days with or without treatment, i would not worry much. However, if symptoms have been bothering for long time now, you still can use the above meds, but should consult doc for an evaluation. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mastic Gum: Matic gum has been used for hundreds of years to treat gastrointestinal diseases. It has been shown in clinical studies to be very effective in eradicating h. Pilori. H. Pilori is the spirochete responsible for gastric ulcers and stomach cancer. Mastic gum is available without a prescription, and is less expensive and more effecticatious than most medications used to treat h. Pilori. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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