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Stomach Pain After Endoscopy
Call physician: Who did the endoscopy to be safe. If pain is not going way, getting worse, or you start noticing other symptoms, stay safe and go to er. Endoscopy, as long as it is not along with something to help with a stricture, should not be painful hours later. If it was painful at time, may have caused some inflammation, but check to be safe. ...Read more
Time frame ?: In the immediate period after endoscopy, the pain could be from gaseous distention but this usually passes once the gas has been passed. If however the pain symptoms are severe after this period or even in the immediate period following the procedure, i would check right away with your GI doctor so as to assure that all is well. ...Read more
Stomach pain, anxiety, dizzy and bloating. Also had bloody mucus in stool after I had an endoscopy which everything was normal. Is it all anxiety?
Bloody mucous : It is quite common to have bloody mucous in the stool after endoscopy. You should run it by your doctor's nurse in morning just to let them know. You might have had a few biopsies or there was a little abrasion of the mucosa when they passed the scope. All likely no big deal. For the dizziness you may be a little dehydrated from the prep of the procedure. Drink 32 oz of water then check. ...Read more
21yr.oldvegan and have stomach pain but have been told after stool sampling,endoscopy and colonoscopy there is no sign of ulcer or H. Pylori bacteria.
Stomach Pain: Sounds to me that it most likely functional dyspepsia or nonulcer dyspepsia. Nonulcer pain is common &can be long lasting. Can cause signs and symptoms that resemble those of an ulcer, such as pain in your upper abdomen, often accompanied by bloating, belching& nausea. Psychological factors which may be contributing anxiety stress emotional event. Treatment with medications has variable success. ...Read more
Stomach pain and nausea after eating.Vomiting every day until eating smaller meals. Ultrasound, stool samples, bloodwork & endoscopy normal. What now?
Functional issues...: Assuming that you have not had bariatric surgery and that you are not pregnant, the symptoms sound functional - conditions such as chalasia, achalasia, gastroparesis and functional gastric outlet obstruction need to be considered. Often a modified pharyngo-esophagram with gastric and small bowel follow-through will provide information complementary to the upper GI endoscopy already completed. ...Read more
3-4x a year I get chronic stomach pain lasting for 6-10 weeks. Not triggered or impacted by stress or food. Endoscopy was inconclusive ?
Functional: 20's male with chronic recurrent intestinal dysfunctions, each of several weeks duration, would seem to be having IBS; a functional disorder probably mediated by parasympathetic intestinal hyperactivity. In such cases, therapeutic benefits provided by Bentyl or Cannabis would be diagnostically enlightening. Associated chronic low back and pelvic pains are often seen in males with IBS. ...Read more
I got my endoscopy today for stomach pain and acidity and they found that I have oesophagitis grade a. What is it?
Post endoscopy: this could be normal after the procedure but to be safe i would place a call to your gastroenterologist ...Read more
Yes: Undiagnosed abdominal pain that doesn't respond to high dose proton pump inhibitor needs to be further evaluated. If we're thinking along lines of acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease, then upper endoscopy is diagnostic procedure of choice. If pain related to fatty meals, we might recommend ultrasound looking at gall bladder. So work closely w/Family Doc & Gastroenterologist. ...Read more
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