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Have indigestion since yesterday with burning dull pain up to my chest. Nausea too. Its been steady and worsening. Antacids wont help.just dull gnawing upper stomach ache and cold feeling in chest.

Have indigestion since yesterday with burning dull pain up to my chest. Nausea too. Its been steady and worsening. Antacids wont help.just dull gnawing upper stomach ache and cold feeling in chest.

Recommend a ER visit: your s/s can be either cardiac or GI. the safest thing is to go to ER and get an ECG. Especially while your having symptoms. If the ECG shows changes then USA or a heart attack will be treated . The blood work will also help. If the high sensitivity Trop-I level is neg and you ECG looks fine , it would go along way to making me (and I'm sure you) feel better. ...Read more

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Dr. Barbara Lavi
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40 yr old f, norm heart workup in july. Having burning ache in upper abdomen and lower chest. Slight nausea and tired. Had some throat virus 2 days now and moments of hot/cold flush and dizziness. ?

40 yr old f, norm heart workup in july. Having burning ache in upper abdomen and lower chest. Slight nausea and tired. Had some throat virus 2 days now and moments of hot/cold flush and dizziness. ?

Viral Syndrome?: You seem to have symptoms which suggest these are all due to viral infection but still i will suggest you get yourself checked by your physician to make sure there is nothing else cooking. ...Read more

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Nausea, dizziness, not wanting to eat and bad burning pain like gastritis and pain in stomach?

Nausea, dizziness, not wanting to eat and bad burning pain like gastritis and pain in stomach?

Stress and diet: In a young person such as yourself, common causes of the constellation of symptoms you describe can be secondary to stomach and or intestine inflammation as well as acid going from your stomach into the tube to your stomach; a condition known as GERD. Causes are stress, infection,recreational and other drugs, alcohol, and foods that are spicy or your body is intolerant to. You should see your MD ...Read more

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On & off fever, terrible nausea, loss of appetite and burning in stomach and under right rib cage into back. Can't eat without pain only want fluids. ?

Infection: it sounds like an infection but I'm unable to give you a definitive diagnosis I would suggest that you see your physician have a complete examination and required blood tests ...Read more

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No matter what I eat, I get a burning feeling in stomach and slight nausea and discomfort in stomach.

No matter what I eat, I get a burning feeling in stomach and slight nausea and discomfort in stomach.

Visit your doctor : You should schedule an appointment with your primary care physician. You may have peptic ulcer disease which is treatable. Lab tests and a more complete history and physical are needed. Make sure you are not pregnant before beginning any treatments. ...Read more

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Burning &gurgling in upper left center of stomach, no nausea or vomit, i don't eat spicy or sodas, first time this happens. Massaging aliviates.

Burning &gurgling in upper left center of stomach, no nausea or vomit, i don't eat spicy or sodas, first time this happens. Massaging aliviates.

Hiatal hernia poss.: If unusual gurgling sounds persist, it might indicate that part of your stomach has herniated through your diaphragm muscle into the chest. This is called a hiatal hernia, which can often result in acid reflux problems. If symptoms resolve quickly i wouldn't worry; could just be a transient issue with stomach motility. ...Read more

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I have constant burning stomach pains,nausea when i lay flat, diarrea once a day&it doesnt matter what i eat. It hits mostly at night Any suggestions?

Avoid irritants: Symptoms of burning pain and nausea are most consistent with indigestion/GERD. Although certain foods are most likely to blame (acidic like tomatoes, pizza, rich or fatty meats/sauces) other irritants like alcohol, non-steroidal pain medications (like ibuprofen, naproxen, aspirin) or other prescription meds can cause such symptoms. Avoid irritants & large meals prior to bed, try antacid (Tums). ...Read more

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For years I've had stomach aches almost every night w/occasional nausea, & it only happens at night. Doesn't matter what/when I eat. What could it be?

For years I've had stomach aches almost every night w/occasional nausea, & it only happens at night. Doesn't matter what/when I eat. What could it be?

Night stomach ache: Stomach ache with nausea may be a lot of things. It could be heartburn/reflux. You should eat at least four hours before going to sleep and avoid high fat, high acidic foods. It could also be your gallbladder. I suggest seeing a physician and having an examination. Best wishes ...Read more

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Severe pain after I eat in my stomach, right rib cage, burning pain in my back, nausea, tiredness, been this way for weeks, what could it be?

Severe pain after I eat in my stomach, right rib cage, burning pain in my back, nausea, tiredness, been this way for weeks, what could it be?

Ulcer disease: Ulcers can actually be relieved by eating or get worse after eating depending upon their location in the GI tract. Therefore, you would be best advised to seek out medical attention so that a good history and possibly some testing can be done to isolate the location and cause of the problem. ...Read more

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