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Stomach Cramps And Loss Of Appetite
My family member is experiencing rectal bleeding for first day, constipation, stomach cramps, bloating, loss of appetite, gas, bad taste in mouth.?
Requires diagnosis as soon as possible.......
The possibilities are too many to discuss on this platform.
Please seek "hands on" treatment immediately!
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For past 2 weeks I have occasional low-level diarrhea, lots of gas, mild stomach cramps, and occasionally loss of appetite. I am travel in India.
Occ. Stomach cramps, loss of appetite, yellow diarrhea & cramps 30 min after eating, has been going on & off for 10 days. Sometimes left side pain?
Why do I have gripping upper stomach pains/cramps, no nausea, no loss of appetite, the cramps when they come get stronger and stronger then lay off.?
I get full after few bites, nausea, excess gas, stomach pain & cramps. Abnormally large stool, loss of appetite. Colonoscopy fine, other options?
HIDA scan: Anyone checked function of your gallbladder?Get a more detailed answer ›
Stomach cramps, diarrhea. Gained weight until loss of appetite recently. Bloated upper abdomen. -hpt, purple veins on breast. Worked out a bit. Preg?
Have enlarged spleen and gallstones...Horrible stomach and back pain. Loss of appetite, eating makes the pain worse. Stomach cramps and greasy stools?
See a surgeon: The first thing one thinks of is gallbladder but more info is needed. Your spleen may or may not have anything to do with your symptoms. Do you have other illnesses? > anemia? Have you seen an md? Have you had any surgery before? The majority of your symptoms may benefit from removal of your gallbladder but the spleen should be worked-up. ...Read more
Is it normal to have a loss of appetite, heart burn, and stomach cramps with taking metronidazole?
Yes: Usual side effectGet a more detailed answer ›
Must see a Doctor: I am sure with a good check up by your doctor you will find answers and solutions. You need to be listened, examined and get some tests done. You have several issues which may or may not be connected. Without an actual physical I can not help you. ...Read more
What do u think I have? My symptoms are: Had diarrhea three days in a row, headache, loss of appetite, weight loss, abdominal cramps, haven't slept.
Many problems: You MUST have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility. Please let me know how things develop. ...Read more
Abdominal symptoms: Should resolve shortly after stopping the med. If you have persistent diarrhea afterwards you should see your doc. ...Read more
I am experiencing nausea (severity: moderate) and stomach cramps (cramping in lower abdomen) and pain moving towards right side loss of appetite?
Doctor can evaluate: Lower right abdominal discomfort can be from many things. For pain there, appendicitis is always a concern (pain usually worsens over time, with fever coming on). If one is constipated for several days, stool can back up and cause discomfort or pain. Gallstones and kidney stones can also cause pain. One's primary care doctor or the Emergency Room can evaluate, plus do a pregnancy test if needed. ...Read more
Could I possibly be pregnant or is it stress Symptoms abdominal cramps Loss of appetite Vomit feeling Back pain Unable to sleep period last 3days?
Not likely: If your period came at the right time, then you are not likely pregnant. You can check a pregnancy test to find out for sure. ...Read more
Vomiting intermittently, hot cold, headaches, loss of appetite, weak and tired often, stomach cramps. Liquid stool with some solids, feeling consto?
Low WBC count and low platelet 4 years b4...now stomach pain, loss of appetite, petike, leg cramp, flu symptoms, ....symptoms of which disease? Suggested?
Appendicitis: No actually not! appendicitis is an acute progressive condition that ends up in surgery or death. While there may be a condition of chronic appendicitis its hard to prove. The possibilities of the symptoms you listed can be everything from gastritis to gallstones to gastroenteritis. This should prompt you to see a doctor when you can! ...Read more
I am experiencing frequent stools, anal itching, fatty stool, feeling of unfinished defecation, nausea (severity: moderate) and stomach upset. The following also describe me: Stomach cramps and Appetite changes. What should I do?
I am experiencing stomach cramps (quality: cramping in lower abdomen) and nausea (severity: moderate). The following also describe me: Passing gas, Stomach upset, Appetite changes, and Severe vomiting. What should I do?
Doctor can evaluate: Lower abdominal discomfort can be from many things. For pain there, appendicitis is a concern (pain usually worsens over time, with fever coming on). If one is constipated for several days, stool can back up and cause discomfort or pain. Gallstones, kidney stones, or gastroenteritis can also cause pain. One's primary care doctor or Emergency Room can evaluate, plus do a pregnancy test if needed. ...Read more
I have had diahorea for 6 weeks and I have also had sweats, stomach cramps, no appetite, tiredness. Can you give me some advice?
Colitis: The advice is to see a doctor ASAP. You need a full detailed evaluation to find out exactly what is going on and how to manage it. This inflammation of your colon may be infectious or non-infectious but it sounds as if it may be quite serious. Make a list of all symptoms in the time sequence in which they occurred and include where you have been, what you ate, who you have been in contact with. ...Read more
I am having horrible lower stomach cramps and low back pain as well as green diareah. Loss of apetite as well. I know these are all connected. Help?
Yes: These can all be due to a viral illness. If you are not better in a day or two- see a doctor ...Read more
You may have eaten something that has caused food poisoning. Under cooked chicken, lettuce from a salad bar, or poorly prepaed green beans. Often it is caused by a virus that causes an infection in your stomach.
If you are vomiting alot and /or have diarrhea, you may need to see a doctor to be evaluated and treated. ...Read more
Need more info:
"Stomach" cramps may be from strong muscular contractions of stomach, intestine, gall bladder, ureter or uterus. The location and cause of the cramps needs to be determined to address the proper treatment. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor.
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Depends on cause: This is difficult to answer because stomach cramps can represent pain from any internal abdominal organ, not just the stomach. If you have fever, tenderness to the touch, vomiting, or severe constipation call a doctor. Otherwise, low tech remedies include light exercise, heat, massage, stretching, and breathing. Otc aspirin+caffeine if menses related, otherwise simethicone, peptobismol or laxative. ...Read more
So many causes: Impossible to give an answer without more info: age, other medical issues, current medications, travel, etc. However red flags are weight loss, night time symptoms, blood in stool or vomit, fevers, severe pain that lasts for more then 1 hour. See a md to get this evaluated; it could be nothing or something more serious. ...Read more
See your PCP: Recent studies showed an increased likelihood of gastrointestinal conditions and BMS, but the exact etiology of BMS remains unknown. There is no cure for BMS. See your PCP for evaluation, diagnosis and management GI problems and BMS. ...Read more
Eval: Get evaluated. Dysmenorrhea can be caused by polyps, fibroids & adenomyosis. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, extra salt & junk carbohydrates. Increase complex carbohydrates – try to incorporate at least 5 servings of vegetables and 4 servings of fruit into your diet daily. Try: omega- 3 fatty acids. Try to take in magnesium either through supplementation or through your diet with your doctor’s >>>. ...Read more