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Indigestion Weight Gain
Alternating diahrrea & constipation, indigestion/heartburn at night, & occasional rectal bleeding when feel like i need to go, & weight gain.
When acid and peptic juices reflux into the esophagus, one might have the sensation of burning or pain under the breast bone. It can radiate up to the throat and down to the region of the solar plexus. Some may describe it as bad 'indigestion' and others may feel like they are ...Read more
Weight gain esp round stomach irregular periods one sided pain bowel changes nausea indigestion 25. Terrified of ovarian cancer. Other possibilities?
What could cause rapid weight gain if I recently increased my physical activity? I am also having issues with heartburn and mild fatigue. Related?
Heartburn or angina?: There may be a relationship. The increased activity may be straining your heart---heart burn can be mistaken for heart pain called angina. The weight gain may be fluid retention because of strain on your heart, which also causes fatigue. Or it could be several unrelated conditions. You need to call your doctor for a check up ---and do it soon. ...Read more
Tubes tired, 3 months no period, nausea, heartburn, hot flashes, fatigue, weight gain, sore breast, am i possibly pregnant?
Always possible: There's always a less than 1% chance of pregnancy even after tubal sterilization. If you're missing periods, and you should not be, please obtain a pregnancy test to determine whether or not you're pregnant. A pregnancy after a tubal can be very very dangerous. It can lead to a bleeding ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
Yes: It sounds like you are on track with normal weight gain. However, weight gain is less important than fetal growth and weight gain. The better question to ask your OB provider is, "Are my fundal heights appropriate and did my US show adequate growth?" There seems to be an obsession with weight gain in pregnancy and honestly many women gain too much. Keep up a healthy diet and congrats. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, check it: Weight gain is one of the symptoms of hypothyroidism (as well as hair loss, heavy periods, dry skin, dry hair, constipation, depressed mood. The easiest way to get it checked is seeing a doctor, having your tsh, free T3 (liothyronine) and free T4 levels checked. If normal, then you got to look into other causes of weight gain. ...Read more
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