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Upper Right Quadrant Abdominal Pain After Eating
Why do I have severe, stabbing upper abdominal pain after sex? It lasts 20-30 minutes with occasional radiation to the edge of left quadrants.
Most likely PID: Painful intercourse, also called dyspareunia, is often related to pelvic inflammatory disease. That said you have lost weight. Was that unintended? There are many possibilities that come to mind and in this instance I suggest a visit to both your primary MD (family or internal medicine) ANDa visit to GYN. They will need to work together to diagnose and treat this problem, ASAP. Delay is unwise. ...Read more
For the last week or so I've been having abdominal pain after eating. The pain is located in the center of my abdominal area then generates to the right upper and lower quadrants and into my back. I had a lap chole several years ago. The pain gets better
I am getting upper abdomen pain most of the day and after eating food it is reducing. Should I concern about this?
Celiac, gluten intol: Approximately 6 percent of patients are gluten sensitive. One percent of patients have celiac. Gluten found in flour which makes bread can cause bloating and cramping in patients with celiac or gluten sensitvity. Your doctor can do tests like blood work and endoscopy to check for this. ...Read more
Why only after eating the main meal of the day, getting severe pain in upper eft abdomen? Pain oes away completely after two hours or so.
Pin after meals: Most likely the culprit is the stomach itself. Either an ulcer or just hyperacidity can cause such pain which gets better once the food passes further. You should see a GI specialist who can specifically diagnose these issues. In the mean time, avoid fatty food and high calorie diet. Fruits and veggies can help. ...Read more
What could upper abdomen pain after eating and unbearable chest pain when laid flat at night be please?
Sneezed really hard tonight, now constant squeezing pain in lower right quadrant of abdomen. Pain shoots up to a 10 when I pee?
Alarm signs to check: Recurrent abdominal discomfort is first addressed by accompanying signs/symptoms that may localize the organ involved: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniations? Risks? Pain that severe (10/10) needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
Having abdomen pain lower part of upper lft quadrant. Sudden, comes and goes, started 14 hrs ago. No fever. Radiates to back. Ideas? TAH 8 yes ago.
Left flank pain: Left Flank pain? Could be pyelonephritis. Or kidney or upper urinary tract Infection. Any fevers, burning with voiding urine or nausea. Other possibilities are diverticulitis, kidney stones. A ABDOMINAL CT can rule out last two. Get urine analysis as the first step. Don't guess seek medical attention. ...Read more
What could cause intense lower abdomen pain that subsides to a small pain in the lower left quadrant? The pain lasted about an hour before it subsided
Abdominal pain: At your young age diverticulitis of the left side of the colon would be unusual but a possible cause of lower left Abdominal discomfort. Other causes could be left ovarian problems or even abdominal muscle discomfort due to strain. In any event see your physician if there is any lingering discomfort or tenderness. ...Read more
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 more
For past few days, I have been having upper abdominal pain after eating dinner in the evening. Pain is not severe, but discomforting.?
Nonspecific: These symptoms are nondiagnostic but if they are recent, viral gastrointestinal tract infection or some type of food poisoning could cause them. Treatment consists of drinking adequate room temperature fluids including flat ginger ale which relieves nausea, avoiding harsh roughage and spicy, greasy foods, taking of peptobismol or kaopectate for diarrhea. If symptoms are more chronic see your MD. ...Read more
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. I've 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, what's 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
Upper abdominal pain after eating, constant nausea, burping, X 3 weeks. Now get random vomiting. AST was slightly elevated. I don't drink alcohol.
Further eval: You need further evaluation. Go back to your doctor ...Read more
Many possibilities: If you have fever, vomiting or symptoms lasting over 4 hours, get to your doctor. If not, watch your diet. If you feel better with a low fat diet, it could be gallstones. Also hydrate and get your bowels moving. If your symptoms persist, an ultrasound, ekg and/or a scope of your upper GI tract should be considered. ...Read more
Likely acid reflux: You likely have acid reflux. Eating a lighter meal and avoiding fatty foods can help. Taking an acid reducer before eating may stop the stomach ache altogether. If you consume dairy with each meal, you may be lactose intolerant and avoiding lactose will help. Likewise, you could have a gluten-sensitivity and avoiding gluten can help. ...Read more
Is the simple answer. Could be you ate something that literally disagrees with you. Could be lack of digestive enzymes or overeating. Could be irritable bowel.
If it bothers you, vbe evaluated. If not try taking digestive enzymes with meals ad see if that helps. Consider a trial of no dairy and no wheat. You may find that helps. ...Read more
Depends: Stomach aches after eating can be from eating too much, eating something that disagrees with you because you can not tolerate it, causes reflux or gastritis (inflammation of the stomach). Try writing down what you eat to see ify ou can track it. The most common food intolerances are to dairy and gluten so do an elimination diet for 3 weeks without them and see how you feel. And see your doctor. ...Read more
Problem eating fish: Dietary triggers for GI symptoms are individualized; it's worthwhile keeping a food diary to see if correlates with certain foods. In general, gut stimulants (caffeine) & dietary fats often precipitate IBS-like complaints. About a third of IBS patients tolerate poorly dietary fiber sources. How your fish is prepared may be more important from the perspective of symptoms than that it is fish. ...Read more
My stomach aches after eating food. Most of the times it happens. Please tell me what these symptoms suggests?
I'm having left upper abdominal pain I have been vomiting almost every time I eat I have diahrrea 90% in the middle of eating or right after?
Gastroenteritis: Also known as a stomach bug. If you are getting dehydrated or see blood in your stool or when you vomit you should go to the emergency room or your doctors office. You may need to get fluids through an IV or possibly antibiotics. If symptoms seem to be getting better you may be able to wait it out if fluids stay down. ...Read more
Linzess: Abdominal pain is listed as the second most common side effect after diarrhea. In my experience most side effects usually ease up after taking a new medication after several days to 2 weeks. I would stick with it for now. However, discuss this and any new symptoms with your doctor ...Read more
Allergy? Reflux?: My best guess is that this could be due to irritation of your esphagus from reflux; this would be more likely if for example your symptoms were worse at night or when lying down. Another poosibility is a mild allergic reaction; this would be more likely if you also have seasonal allergies or similar reaction to other fruits. ...Read more
My stomach aches in pangs, and while my lower right quadrant does not hurt or feel enflamed, it does tingle, and it tches closer to the wasitline.?
Spine nerve irritate: You may have over use these muscles or that there is the spinal nerve root irritation. Do not perform exercises that cause you more pain. Spinal nerve root irritation always causes muscle spasms. If the pain is primarily due to nerve damage, there are symptoms of pins and needles, numbness, burning, shooting and sharp pains. If the pain is due to nerve irritation with predominant muscle spas. ...Read more
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