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Stomach Pain When Sitting Down
After eating, stomach pain/burning travels down abdomen esp. Left and right sides. Abd. Hurts when pressed on. Dr.says too much acid in body. Thoughts?
Maybe: There are many causes of belly pain, some of which are simply annoying, others are deadly. Assuming your doctor did thorough interview & exam, if stomach acid seems to be most likely cause, then high dose omeprazole (Prilosec) can help determine if acid is to blame. If symptoms persist, then other causes should be investigated. Acidity usually affects only upper, central abdomen. ...Read more
I've had stomach pain that started at 3:30pm today while standing up. Pain goes away with sitting or laying down. Should I be worried?
Abdominal pain: The reasons for abdominal pain are too many to list here. Some are nothing to worry about and others require medical attention. If your abdominal pain becomes severe, or constant, or wakes you from sleep, or is accompanied by fever, vomiting, bad diarrhea, or bloody stool, then by all means go to see your doctor or Urgent Care/ER for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello, I am having severe stomach pain seems to be only when I lay down feels better when sitting up. Pain is waking me up never felt pain like this before, what could this be?
See your doctor: Symptoms as severe as these need to be evaluated in person by your doctor. ...Read more
2 weeks and 3 days post op for LAVH, also took my tubes and ovaries. I have rectal and stomach pain when sitting. Is this normal?
Yes: It would be normal to have postoperative pain in these areas, however, if there is a lot of pain, if there is abnormal bleeding, if your bowels aren't functioning properly, if there is abnormal smell then you need to be seen by your doctor immediately. Post op pain is normal, but difficult to determine over the internet if your pain is normal or abnormal. See your doctor for consultation ...Read more
Would need more information. What does the pain feel like? Any constipation or diarrhea? Nausea or vomiting? Pain or burning with urination?
Without knowing the answers to these I would recommend being seen by a physician several of the things it could be would become life threatening if not treated in a timely manner ...Read more
Terrible stomach pain every other month. It lasts about 2 to 3 hours average, but sometimes longer. Gets worse when lying down.
Abdominal Pain: Your symptoms may be signs of something significantly wrong. One cannot tell without a complete history, physical and possible lab/imaging tests. Follow with your doctor as soon as you can. Things that can cause pains in the abdomen include gas, constipation, heartburn, gallbladder problems, liver disease, kidney problems, heart pains, or cancer. ...Read more
Past few nights I've had a lot of stomach gurgling while lying down. Last night stomach pain kept me up quite a bit. Mostly gone today. Related?
Possibly: Abdominal gurgling is generally due to movement of contents, including gas, through the gut. Distention of the bowels can cause crampy pain. More serious causes of these issues can include ulcers. reflux and infections. Your information indicates colostomy and hernia surgery as well as use of ibuprofen. See your MD as your issues may be more involved than this general answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Left lower stomach pain...Its a little hard when I press down on my stomach and im having sharp pains...What should be my most important concern?!
Abdominal Pain: Abdominal pain on the left side is less worrisome than on the right, in general. But, pain should be evaluated. The common causes of left lower quadrant pain include constipation, colitis, diverticulitis and diverticulosis. There could also be referred pain with hernia or bladder troubles. If the pain is persistent or intolerable then please see your family doctor soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get stomach pain whenever I stand up. When I sit or lay down, it goes away completely! When I stand I can't even straighten my back! What is this?
Honing down: Abdominal pain associated with radiation down the leg typically is inflammation or herniation aggravating the deep muscles and nerves of the pelvis. The associated possibilities of diagnoses are vast. It is important to talk to a doctor to obtain a detailed history, a thorough exam, and tests that can confirm or rule out what we suspect you may have. ...Read more
I have a stomach pain it hurts really bad but only when im reaching or transferring from sitting to laying or vice versa?
Stomach pain reach: Sounds like a muscle cramp. Doing some new exercises maybe? Playing a new sport? ...Read more
I developed stomach pain over the weekend and it hasn't gone away in 3 days. Seems the worst when I lay down at night and on waking in the morning.?
Many possible causes: The location of the pain, whether you have fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, acid reflux symptoms, vaginal discharge, burning when you urinate, or whether it changes with certain foods all make a difference when deciding how urgent this is or whether you can try some treatments at home first. I suggest a consult on Health Tap Prime, or discuss with your PCP. ...Read more
I havebt been able to hold food down today. I have a headache. I have a dharp stomach pain on the right side what could it be? I don't have insurance.
Many possible causes: The possible causes of your symptoms make a long list. You could have gastritis, an inflammation of your stomach lining; could have a case of flu; could have appendicitis, etc. Can you take fluids? Do you have fever? Had you been drinking alcohol? You can be seen in a health department or other low cost clinic -- you can find one near you: http://www. Needymeds. Org/free_clinics. Taf. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mom has stomach pain and can't keep her food down for the last past 8 hours, what should I do?
She must be quite upset at this stage. Vomiting is so unpleasant. A cool facecloth provides wonders. If it persists she may need to get IV fluids. Most of these illnesses, however resolve. Use fluids and keep her rehydrated.
If pain persists, seek medical care - you know the old-fashioned way - in person - not over the web. Good luck. ...Read more
Stomach pain that starts from the middle of the belly that continues down the abdomen to the anus. Pain scale is 8?
Need an exam: There are a large number of medical and surgical conditions that can cause abdominal pain. Without knowing your medical history, physical findings and your answers to specific questions it's impossible to guess at what might be causing your symptoms. SEE A PHYSICIAN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR A PROPER DIAGNOSIS AND treatment. You won't find any answers on the internet. ...Read more
Stomach pain when lying down, also with sucking in my stomach. Back pain as well, what could it be? Have no insurance
G-E reflux: It sounds like you are already treating your gastroesophageal reflux with antacids- your symptoms are consistent with GERD - worse when lying down, stomach and back pain. I suggest you avoid caffeine, alcohol, chocolate, citrus, peanuts and other acid-producing foods. Omeprazole is a cheap, over the counter, once a day treatment for reflux. Adjust your diet, try not to lie flat on your back... ...Read more
I've been having stomach pain at night after I eat, but only at night. It hurts worse when I lay down and sometimes makes me feel nauseous.
This may be reflux of the ingested food, try not to eat after 8pm see if antacids help
Since its only when you lay down this seems to be the best answer otherwise it would occur all the time. However speak to a gastroenterologist to see if any work up is required ...Read more
I am having severe upper stomach pain, right above my belly button. This happens when I stand up, and/or move. It's fine when I'm laying down?
Hard to say: Without knowing your medical history, medication use, etc. Its hard to pinpoint cause. May be GI (stomach, intestinal, appendix or any of the organs in abdomen issues), Gyn (ovaries), muscular. May due to food or liquid you ingested. May be a serious issue or benign. If it is severe pain, better to seek immediate medical attention. Don't wait. ...Read more
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