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Occasional Stomach Cramps
Yes and No: ? can constipation cause nauseous & cramps. Symptoms oft associated w. irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) & poor AM appetite. I have observed in dozens of young male extreme sport enthusiasts; permanently injured their pelvic girdles from severe falls. My theory that sacroiliac joint (SIJ) subluxation impinges presacral autonomic nerves; thereby disrupting intestinal motility. ? Osteopath ? Cannabis. ...Read more
Gas, bloating, rumbling stomach, cramps sharp ache alternating constipation and diarrhea. heavy feeling in abdomen after eating little food. What?????
Severe stomach pains before eating, mild stomach pains after Eating,nausea,vomiting,severe migraines,irregular cycle,fatigue,pain in lower back?
Fibromyalgia? : 23y female has low back pain, fatigue & functional/dysautonomia symptoms of migraine, IBS & pelvic organs. Chronic pain begets non-restorative sleep, depression & fatigue. A thorough medical exam is needed to rule out inflammatory, autoimmune & hormonal disorders. Absent explanatory findings, fibromyalgia becomes a concern. A unifying disorder might be Hypermobility Syndrome. ...Read more
How can we help you?: Can you rephrase your question so we understand what your needs are? Abdominal pain is hard to evaluate especially in women. Where in your belly is the pain, when did it start, what makes it better, what makes it worse? Any chance you could be pregnant? Last period? Near sick folks or recently travelled? Fevers/chills, vomiting? Diarrhea, constipated? Passing gas? Pain when peeing? Let us know. ...Read more
If this consistently: Occurs - then it is important to stop eating the watermellon. In the mean time, consider ginger to quell your GI track. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger ; steep at least 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more
I am experiencing vomiting, nausea, stomach upset, bloating or abdominal fullness and upper abdominal pain.
See a doctor: See a doctor if this is persistent. Best wishes ...Read more
Talk to ob/gyn: These are important symptoms to talk to your obstetrician. You are having stomach pains and heartburn during your pregnancy. This is not uncommon. Your doctor will want to know about this. Try to notice when you get it and what makes it better. Before taking any medication talk to your doctor first. ...Read more
I am experiencing diarrhea, passing gas, stomach upset, bloating or abdominal fullness, lower abdominal pain, gastrointestinal disturbances and fr...
Abdominal pain and b: I am concerned about you having a gastrointestinal ulcer. While you are waiting for a diagnosis from you primary care physician, please avoid fried food, hot spices, and tomatoe sause, and liquids before bedtimes. ...Read more
I am experiencing lower abdominal pain (period-like) , low back pain, bloating or abdominal fullness, passing gas, burping, stomach cramps ?
Seen a physician lat: You have multiple symptoms which are difficult to sort out without a complete examination. If these symptoms are lasting/persisting for more than one week, go visit your primary care doctor for a complete check up. If you have abdominal distention, you need to be sure there is nothing serious(?ovarian cancer) causing you these symptoms. it could also be Urinary tract infection which may need antib ...Read more
Depends on how long: We're currently having gastroenteritis, or stomach flu going around. Gas, bloating, diarrhea are common but only last a few days. If you 're having ongoing symptoms, fever, blood in the stool or a significant amount of pain, you should get checked out. If there is travel in your recent past, definitely get checked. ...Read more
Prevacid (lansoprazole): Prevacid (lansoprazole) is usually a well-tolerated medicine. However, any medicine can cause side effects in some people. If you suspect the side effects are due to Prevacid (lansoprazole), your options are either to switch medicines or to stop it temporarily, to see if the side effects go away, then restart it in a few weeks and observe if the symptoms recur. Good luck. ...Read more
Diarrhea: This constellation of symptoms one must be consider malabsorption or pancreatic insufficiency. One of the common causes of malabsorption is celiac disease( gluten allergy). Celiac can be diagnosed with blood test and upper endoscopy with small bowel biopsy. Pancreatic insufficiency can be caused after constant inflammation or pancreas and can cause fatty stools. It can be diagnosed with ct scan. ...Read more
Irritable bowel: Sounds like irritable bowel syndrome, for persistent diarrhea, severe pain, nausea, vomiting, weight loss or blood in your stool you should see your doctor. Otherwise you might try a probiotic such as align or a fiber suppliment to see if this will help. If your symptoms persist you should again see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Change your diet and: Fluids. Eat a high fiber diet between 20-25 grams per day, regular meal times and drink 80-100 oz of caffeine free alcohol free fluids daily. If you exercise and should add 20 oz per 30 minutes of strenuous exercise. Some meds contribute to constipation so take the meds with full glass of fluid instead of a sip in addition to the above recommended fluids. ...Read more
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