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Feeling Of Fullness In Chest Area
I been feeling fullness of my chest area on my left side I had this feeling for over a month I suffer from gerd, ?
Had an endoscopy, diagnosed with erythema in antrum fundus and bile reflux can these make a feeling of fullness in chest and stomach after meals?
Can swallowing too much air cause a feeling of fullness that feels like mild chest pressure? It goes away with belching (or releasing the air).
Air: You just described classic air swallowing symptoms ...Read more
Age 17, female, chest (breastbone) pain, extreme bloating, constipation, hard/painful abdomen to touch, nausea, and feeling of fullness. Any possible causes for someone of my age? Symptoms started to develop around a year ago.
Pain upper abdomen: Not knowing if this is constant or related to food your pain appears to be in the upper abdomen with referred pain to sternum, fullness and tenderness. Stomache and Gall bladder disease can occur at your age depending on weight, eating habits and lipid levels. You need to see a Gastro Enterologist and get a checkup for blood in stool, ultrasound abdomen, CT scan & upper GI studies. Good luck ...Read more
What causes 10 second feeling of fullness like a ballon inflating in left breast and chest? No pain. PCP says heart ok. Gas? Seek cardiologist?
Rising sensation: A rising sensation that last 10 seconds in the stomach is either gas or abdominal epilepsy. With the latter one experiences a flip flopping or rising sensation in the upper abdomen and sometimes feelings of anxiety. Autonomic epilepsy may also cause pilo-erection (hair standing on end) change in heart rate and altered mental status. Its often overlooked or misdiagnosed. ...Read more
3 days breathing uncomfortable when standing, mucus build up, sinus pressure, feeling of fullness in throat or chest like nausea, white mucus Dizzines
Typical cold symptom: Your symptoms are compatible with typical cold virus, may have sore throat, runny nose, nasal & sinus congestion, may have fever for several days, mucous may be green/yellow & may last 10-14 days. If no contraindications, antihistamines with short acting decongestants work best, also Umcka coldcare series helpful and otc Ibuprofen or Naproxen or Tylenol (acetaminophen) for fever or pain. See MD if gets worse ...Read more
See your doctor: You describe symptoms that can only be honestly assessed by your doctor in his or her office. Only after a thorough evauation will he/she be able to come up with what's wrong and what to do to get you better. ...Read more
Feeling of fullness under right rib cage and tenderness when pressing on right side below sternum I have a sensation of fullness under the right ribcage and tenderness when I press on the center-to-right part of my abdomen under my sternum. This tendernes
Hello. I will try to be as helpful as I can but I canâ€™t diagnose your symptoms. We can go through possible symptoms of problems with the gallbladder or pancreas.
Cholecystitis begins as intermittent pain in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. Overtime the pain worsens and becomes constant. The pain can also be referred to the shoulder blade in the back. It usually increases after eating fatty or greasy foods. Other symptoms can include a mild fever, tenderness or enlargement of the gallbladder, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting.
Gall stones may cause no symptoms in some people. It can cause cramping pain in the right upper abdominal quadrant and in the upper abdominal midline if a large gallstone obstructs the common bile duct or the cystic duct. This pain can become constant and can also be referred to just below the shoulder blade. This can be accompanied by a fever, nausea, vomiting, light or clay colored feces, and yellow color of the eyes or skin.
There are many different types of diseases of the liver. These can include: hepatitis, too much iron or too much copper deposited in the liver, fatty liver disease and viruses just to skim the surface.
Acute pancreatitis can cause upper abdominal pain that radiates to the back and worsens after eating fatty foods. It can be associated with nausea, vomiting, fever and abdominal tenderness and swelling. Chronic pancreatitis has similar symptoms and can be accompanied by weight loss and extremely severe pain.
I have only touched the tip of the ice berg. Gastroenterologists are experts in this area and the best place to fine tune this type of diagnosis. ...Read more
Not sure if related but had gallbladder out 2 years ago and getting pain in liver area. Feeling of fullness near liver. Hurts when bend to the side?
Good thought: It could be related but usually complications are pretty soon after surgery, not years. It could be a hernia from one of the incisions as well. Having someone look at it and possibly an ultrasound of the liver area might be a good start. This far out, however, it is more likely to be unrelated. ...Read more
Ultrasound shows thickened stomach wall. Can this be a reason for feeling of fullness and pain under right rib area?
Feeling full: Not likely. But discuss with your Dr. Who knows you and area best. The causes of full stomach may be different over there. ...Read more
I have been having upper right abdominal pain, right and middle chest pain, and some back pain for the past 4-5 days. I have a feeling of fullness, as well. I have had diarrhea consistently for 3-4 weeks or so, but less so since Sunday. Feeling unwel?
Pain: The right upper quadrant pain would suggest a gallbladder problem. That could be related to diarrhea too. The 3 weeks or so of diarrhea is too much. You should get checked. ...Read more
Even though I eat when I'm hungry, it seems I don't ever get the feeling of fullness. What could it be?
See below: Most likely, the fullness mechanism in your stomach hasn't been adequately by your meals. ...Read more
Even though I eat when I'm hungry, it seems I don't ever get the feeling of fullness. Is this a disease or condition?
See below: Your stomach has a mechanism to tell you when your full. You probably are not eating enough to trigger it. ...Read more
RUQ pain: Consider gallbladder or GI issues.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes, and worse!: Sometimes, benign peritoneal growths may represent infection or just simple inflammatory bowel conditions or reactions. Pain can be prominent in the form of cramping. Bowel irregularity could occur depending on the amount, size, and number of benign tumors taking up space in the abdomen. These may just be more of a hassle than anything else, but you may need to maintain a certain diet, and monitor. ...Read more
Approx. 3-4 weeks no appetite so hardly eating, almost every bite seems to cause nausea and feeling of fullness?
See doctor: To get it checked out.Get a more detailed answer ›
Feeling of fullness in my lower right abdomen. It's been like this for about 24 hours now, no pain at all. Not sure if I should be concerned...
Only if it persists;:
You should be concerned only if it persists for more than 48 hours and/or if you start with other symptoms like nausea/vomiting. Pain in abdomen or diarrhea
if that is the case get it checked by your doctor or go to er. ...Read more
Possibly: Depending on the shape and density of the spleen, you could experience the symptoms you describe. ...Read more
What is wrong with my bladder? I've had a urine sample & all came back fine, but for 2 weeks I've had a feeling of fullness and keep needing to go
I've got significant swelling on both sides of my body but the right side is much more swollen. As well as feeling of fullness in abdomen, what could?
Need clarification: You need to have an a evaluation by your physician to say the reason for your swelling. I assume you're discussing ...Read more
For the last 4 weeks, I've had a feeling of fullness in my stomach. I can only eat a few bites of any food and then feel full and bloated.
I can hear fluid in my head, and and feeling of fullness. Difficult to think clearly, brain fuzz. What can it be?
Brain fuzz: Fluid in the ventricles of the brain is not audible. Noises that can be heard in the head could be tinnitus emanating from the inner ear or from turbulent blood flow through certain blood vessels of scarred heart valves. Your physician and a neurologist can evaluate you to determine whether your symptoms are due to any significant pathology. ...Read more
When I lay on my stomach I have a feeling of fullness on my left side. I also experience pain during sex. Should I be concerned?
Not Serious: The fullness that you experience while laying on your stomach is unlikely to signify anything significant; it likely relates to the pressure you put on your abdomen when you lay on it; I don't think the pain during sex has any relationship to it and you might want to check this with your PCP ...Read more
Woke up with feeling of fullness/pressure in ear. It goes away when head is tilted left or right. Tried cleaning but only relieves it temporarily.
Please have your doctor refer you to an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor.
I have experienced an ear blow out several thousand feet up in the air. It was awful as you might imagine.
Do not delay!
Please let me know how things work out. ...Read more
I am suffering from heavy gastritis. I feel suffocated and a feeling of fullness. My heartbeat rises and I am not able to eat. I vomit even. Help?
Need to see Gastro:
There is something important here in someone who has gastritis. And that is the time window. 10 years of GERD predispose you to Barrets Esophagus and possible neoplasms or tumors.
The fact that you say you can not eat needs to be described. You cant because it does not go down? Or because you are scared?
Regardless of the answer. Recommend seeing a Gastroenterologist!
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