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Rolling Feeling In Stomach
I had a colonoscopy done four days ago. Two days later at 4:00 in morning I started feeling abdominal rolling pains that lasted a couple of hours. This has continued everyorning for the past three days. Also told I had acid reflux too. This mornin
See you endoscopist: Important to rule out sbclinical perforation. See your endoscopist and get plain x-rays of your abdomen ...Read more
What causes a knot or a rolling muscle to form in your stomach by your rib cage. It hurts like a sharp pain or a charlie horse feeling in stomach?
I sometimes get a feeling of liquid rolling or sloshing in my stomach, sometimes hours after eating and drinking. I have gerd, could this be acid?
Get evaluated please: It's normal to be concerned about your health, and to worry why you feel bad. The possibilities are numerous--ranging from acid reflux (i.e., heartburn) or a peptic ulcer to pancreatic or biliary disease & even stress. Alarm signs include weight loss, bleeding, recurrent vomiting, significant tenderness. Whatever the cause, you're appropriately anxious about it and should seek help from a doctor. ...Read more
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Any other: Symptoms. Why are you scared if you know it is your stomach. Need more information of what you are scared of or what you are feeling ...Read more
Alarm signs to check: Abdominal discomfort is first addressed by accompanying signs/symptoms that may localize the organ involved: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniations? Age? Gender? Risks? Also, what testing/conditions have you? See doc ...Read more
Question unclear: This is so non-specific that there is no way to answer it. Be more specific about all your symptoms and rephrase the question and perhaps we can figure out what is going on. Or go and see a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
See doctor to: Determine the cause. There are too many possibilities to try to guess from your vague description, ...Read more
Dysphagia: Fullness, chest discomfort, "somethinng stuck in the chest" are a few of the symptoms. ...Read more
Constipation vs tics: Constipation can make you feel bloated, especially on the lower left quadrant. Diverticulitis, which is inflammation & infection of diverticulosis, can also make you bloated but usually associated w/pain & fever. If you're female, sometimes ovarian cysts can make you feel bloated. Best to check in w/your family doc for an evaluation. In meantime, eat lots of fiber, drink lots of water & exercise. ...Read more
Anything: Most people think their whole abdomen is their stomach, but the stomach is in the upper middle or upper left of the abdomen. If your lower abdomen hurts, that could be your skin, muscles, bladder, uterus, or intestines. If the upper part of your abdomen hurts, it could be acid reflux, pancreatitis, or other problems. See a doctor for an assessment. ...Read more
See your doctor: You may be having problems with your diet. Being on Phentermine may decrease your appetite but you may not be eating properly when on a reduced calorie diet. You listed chocolate under one of your conditions and I am unsure if you eat too much of it or not. Pcod can also cause abdominal discomfort. Anxiety can also cause nervous stomach which may be one of your problems as well. ...Read more
Yes: It is the abdominal aorta. In fact, if you had someone place their ear on your abdomen they would hear the "whoosing" sound of the blood flow in the abdominal aorta. It may also feel "enlarged, " but if you are thin, it is not a problem. ...Read more
You would have to elaborate more. Describe the feeling. If it's fear, "i'm scared" its anxiety.
People "carry" their anxiety and stress in various areas of the body. The stomach is a common location to "experience" anxiety. If it's anxiety and it's affecting your quality of life, you need to talk to someone about it. A family member, maybe a counselor. ...Read more
See physician: This could be a number of things. If it is your right upper abdomen and is associated when fried or high fat food, could be your gallbladder. It could also be inflammation of your pancreas. If it is in your right lower abdomen, it could conceivably be your appendix. Very difficult to tell without a thorough exam and possibly testing if the physical exam is suspicious. Please see your medical doc ...Read more
I feel full for two days now with a feeling that there is some big or huge rock inside my stomach?
See doctor: It is hard to say what may be the problem. One may be that there is an obstruction in the area beyond the stomach. I recommend that you consult your doctor and get this checked out. ...Read more
I have a nerve feeling in my stomach it be 6 months now and is not getting better can u please help me.
Is there something in your stomach that can knot up and go back down with no pain just a feeling almost like a baby?
I think that you might describing symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. The symptoms can be constipation, diarrhea, cramping, irregular
bowel movements, feelings of anxiety about the problem, another problem could be diverticulosis -- discomfort bowels changes, sometimes constipation --stool in your colon can feel like a lump that moves when you have a bowel mvmt. Please see your doc for eval. ...Read more
What can cause a feeling of two quick heartbeats in lower left abdomen on and off it is not in line with my heartbeat?
Spasm: It is probably just due to intestinal movement and is of no consequence and should cause you no harm ...Read more
I feel an overall chilliness and my stomach isn't feeling right. The coldness is pretty consistent throughout he day.?
What to do if I had it in 2nd grade before, but I can't recall the feeling in my stomach. Is it like severe sharp pains?
Please rephrase: What is the "it in 2nd grade" you're referring to please? ...Read more
I keep getting like a stitch feeling in my left and right side of my abdominal area that comes and goes. Is this normal?
Waking up and feeling very numb on lower left side of abdomen. Lasts for a long time but not painful. What can this be?
Asked MD?: This is an odd symptom. Does "numb" mean less feeling or too much feeling, i.e. Paresthesias (pins and needles)? Are there skin changes over the area (as in old shingles)? The nerves supplying the left lower quadrant come from the lower thoracic spinal roots, i.e. From the spinal roots at the lower end of the rib-cage. How long is "a long time"? Has your doctor examined you? What does (s)he say? ...Read more
The part above abdomen and just under ripcage is always in ain. ..A feeling of unrest or pressure in that area any helpppp?
Abdominal pain: Complaints such as these are difficult to discuss in this format. Too many questions and variables, and there are appropriate tests for each of your symptoms. Visit with your family doctor or a gastroenterologist to determine the cause of the pain and appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Yesterday I went to the restroom and my stomach literally felt like it was in knots. I'm still feeling pain! What can I do?
See a Doctor!: Seeking an answer to an urgent/ immediate problem such as this over the internet appears a shirt-sighted strategy. If still in pain seek urgent help. An er or your primary would be best. ...Read more
I am feeling pain on my left side of my back very close to my stomach I can't bend my back for long what could be the problem?
Back pain: It's best that you see your FamilyDoc for an evaluation (or chat w/someone here) b/c we usually think of stomach as middle of abdomen below ribs & above belly button, not to one side or other. Perhaps you're referring to flank when you said "very close to my stomach), which would make me think of kidney stones or infection, although inability to bend makes me think of muscle strain. ...Read more