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Upper Abdominal Pain After Eating And Drinking
Wife exp upper abdominal pain 4x/yr, lasts 20min, usually at night 2hrs after meal. She drinks hot water, pain stops. What's the cause? Thanks.
Upper abdominal pain after eating, constant nausea, burping, X 3 weeks. Now get random vomiting. AST was slightly elevated. I don't drink alcohol.
Abdominal Pain: is the pain only with eating chocolate or with other types of food like spicy, fatty? does increase with lying flat? if yes then most probably you have a problem with your gastroesophageal junction and/or increase stomach acid secretion. try over the counter antacids they might help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For past few days, I have been having upper abdominal pain after eating dinner in the evening. Pain is not severe, but discomforting. ?
F 29 watery diarrhea all day for 10 days now everything I eat runs thru me upper abdominal pain after eating comes and goes all day no vomit
Watery diarrhea: Would go to ER or urgent care you are likely dehydrated and need IV fluid. lots. They will also collect stool for studies . You likely need antibiotics coverage for camphylobacter which is common as well as cryptosporidia,, giardia, microsporidia, cyclospora(2015 Wisconsin). less common H pylori, c difficile if on antibiotics, food intolerances . Avoid dairy f/u /w/ urgent care/ ER today ...Read more
I have upper abdominal pain after eating too many crisps a few days ago. Ive tried omeprazole, indigestion syrup and painkillers still in pain.Causes?
Cant sleep at night, upper abdominal pain after eating chinese food, sour gummies, and cookies. Got dizzy, fast heart and head tingling, whats wrong?
Nonspecific : Nonspecific diagnosis points to your symptoms. Gallbladder pain is usually in the upper abdomen, and goes to the right side and back, and is classically comes on about 30-60' after eating a meal, particularly a fatty meal. In your symptoms are severe, go to an urgent care center or ER. If not severe, see your primary care next week for a more complete evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Here are some...: Which part of abdomen, how long lasting, what kind of tea... are some important questions to ask. Nonetheless, by your nicely described sequence of events, your personal incompatibility with what you drank is suspected. So, try, watch, and see if you can identify such suspicion. If yes, stop consuming what may be not agreeable with you. More? To article in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html ...Read more