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Is dizziness a cause of gastritis? Some times after meals my stomach feels tight and upper abdominal pain

Is dizziness a cause of gastritis? Some times after meals my stomach feels tight and upper abdominal pain

No: Tightness may indicate that you simply ate too much, ate something that you don't digest well such as lactose products or gluten for some people, or may have an ulcer or other condition. If you eat small simple meals and it persists then have it checked out. ...Read more

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Tightness (Definition)

Tightness can mean different states at distinctive times. The most common is the complaint of tightness of chest, a feeling of discomfort, real or perceived, seen often in patients with asthma or panic disorder, or heart attack. Your physician ...Read more


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Mid back pain/tightness, right upper quad abdominal pain/tightness, some stomach cramping and fatigue. What could be wrong?

Mid back pain/tightness, right upper quad abdominal pain/tightness, some stomach cramping and fatigue.  What could be wrong?

Many things: Right upper abdominal pain is usually due to gallbladder condition. Tightness could be from obstruction of the bile duct due to a gallstone. The abdominal cramping/fatigue could be due to complications from the above. You need medical care. ...Read more

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I have had a slight pain followed by tingling in my lower left abdomen there is also a slight tightness. What is going on?

I have had a slight pain followed by tingling in my lower left abdomen there is also a slight tightness. What is going on?

Probly, nothing seri: These are vague and very unimpressive symtoms. Quit worrying. If there is anything significant going on, the symptoms will progressively worsen...Otherwise they will slowly go away. You need to give it week or so to get a sense of direction. ...Read more

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Pain in right waist, right abdomen, right groin and tight gluteal region. What are the possible causes?

Too many: Possibilities including intestinal spasm/ inflammation, appendicitis, muscle strain, hernia etc. Follow up with your doctor for a thorough exam and accurate diagnosis. Take care! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/pain-management/guide/abdominal-pain-causes-treatments. ...Read more