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Why Do I Feel Like My Stomach Feel Like Its On Fire Sometimes
Some possibilities: ...There are lots of diseases of the stomach that can result in dyspepsia or pyrosis. These can be categorized as: problems with inflammation (e.g. Ulcers), with infection (e.g. H.Pylori or parasites), with motility (examples: gastroparesis, gastric outlet obstruction), with secretion (hyper or hypo-acidity), infiltrative (lymphoma, cancer), blood flow (gastropathies), functional dyspepsias, etc. ...Read more
Dyspepsia: Sounds like you might have acid indigestion, but could represent something more serious. Consider a trial of Omeprazole 20 mg twice a day for several days. If no better see your doc. ...Read more
I'm pregnate and IV been throwing up non stop and nothing helps, as well my stomach feels like its on fire?
CALL YOUR OB now: Or go to the er, u need anti- nausea meds and IV fluids and may need to be admitted for a day or 2 and then can be discharged on home health care if necessary and u may end up needing a subq anti- nausea pump which works very well to prevent nausea from preg., so call your OB now. ...Read more
I ate some fish, cherries, plantains and pomegranate ice T and my stomach feels really hot like its on fire and burning. Why? Never felt like this.
My stomach hurts a lot I have pain on my left side above my breast sometimes my left side feels like its on fire I have constance belching?
Start: Start by getting some Prilosec otc or ranitidine of course the pain on the left above the breast could be your heart and u may want to go rack up a big er bill. It is rare in your age group. Treat indigestion, (reflux we call it) and see where it goes. If u have strong family hx of early hrt attacks, have diabetes severe hypertension, heavy smoker, chances higher for hrt condition. ...Read more
I had GERD for 17 yrs. My stomach feels like its on fire. Throat burns. Possibility of esophageal cancer? What should I do to keep the sensation down?
Barrett's esophagus: If you are young with reflux your entire life, you need to be on medication. You will also benefit from egd, a scope to directly visualize your esophagus and stomach. There are several possible problems that need to be evaluated, treated and followed, cancer is only one of them. Be well, take family with you to see your doc. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My stomach feels like it's on fire, what could I take to ease the pain? My stomach has been bothering on & off for a week but today it really hurt.
What is the pain in my right side abdomen, feels like a ball of fire, from front to my back, when I bend or sit something fizzles like like acid?
Get evaluated: Your pain sounds serious. If you have fever, vomiting or this pain lasts more than a few hours then get evaluated. You could have appendicitis. There are several other possibilities, kidney stone, hernia, mass but appendicitis needs urgent attention. Okay to call your doc, visit er or minor er. Good luck. ...Read more
Occasionally after I eat my stomach literally feels like it is on fire. I have not been able to pinpoint a particular thing that triggers it.
Likely GERD: Burning pain after eating is most consistent with GERD/indigestion. It can be triggered by a number of different causes like acidic foods, eating late at night, regular use of certain medications (esp anti-inflammatories and certain antibiotics), alcohol, stress and even infection with a bacteria called Helicobacter pylori. If persistent symptoms > few weeks, recommend medical evaluation. ...Read more
When I eat, what could be the cause of my stomach feeling like it is on fire? It happens with all food, not just acidic foods.
That is usually gastritis (inflammation of the stomach)
you should try to take medication like omeprazole 20 mg twice a day for one month with mild food during this period if you don't fell better then you need more investigation it can be sever inflammation or even infection with H pylori and you need treatment
watch for dark stool to make sure there is no bleeding
hope you feels better ...Read more
What would be causing my stomach to feel like it was on fire? I'm not eating spicy food or drinking though those will aggravate the pain
Gastritis: A burning sensation that is aggravated by spicy foods is typically gastritis (inflammation of the stomach). Recommend avoiding tobacco, alcohol, nsaids, caffeine, spicy foods, and take 14 days of Prilosec otc. If no improvement, see a gastroenterologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I vomited 2 nights ago and woke up with my stomach on fire today. I know that I have a bad acid problem. What should I do?
Try an antacid: Common remedies include Tums (calcium carbonate) or even Prilosec which can be found over the counter now. Also try to stay away from trigger foods: pepper, spicy, caffeinated drinks, citrus fruits, greasy, fried foods etc. Try to eat the last meal of the day at least 2 hours before bedtime. Please consult with your PMD for a follow up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Late 2013 I realised like an hr after eating it feels like my stomach is on fire especially at night, now it has become an occurring episode lately?
May be Inflammation: This pattern suggests inflammation in the early part of the small intestine. You can start by taking an antacid 30 min before each meal for 2 weeks to sees if you get relief. No NSAIDs. You can also adjust your diet to avoid dairy, citrus, and gluten during that time. If the discomfort persists see your doctor to have a medical work up. ...Read more
I woke up this morning and my stomach & back was on fire, tried to eat but it made it worse. What should I do? I do have some acid reflux. I'm 17.
Male, 24 with h.Pylori for past year. Usual meds have been given yet getting worse. Anything for the pain at least? Feels a fire on lower left abdomen
I have a very sensitive stomach. Yesterday took 2 alleve (with food) and now feels like my upper stomach is on fire! What will help the soreness?
Pain and burning sensation in my stomach. Pressure near my rib cage. Feels like my stomach is on fire. Any idea?
Stomach acid?: We all produce stomach acid; we need it to digest our food. But excess acid irritates the lining of the stomach - even though it's built to withstand a high-acid environment. If a sore develops, it can deepen into an ulcer. Another acid-related condition is reflux (heartburn). Hyperacidity syndromes are treatable with acid blockers, & many can be purchased over the counter. Do see your doctor! ...Read more
I feel like a fire in my abdomen, and it makes me feel fatigue. I use paracetamol and omeprazole, but it didn't work. What should I do?
Get evaluated please: It's normal to be concerned about your health, ; to worry why you feel bad. The possibilities are numerous--ranging from acid reflux (i.e., heartburn) or a peptic ulcer to pancreatic or biliary disease ; even stress. Alarm signs include weight loss, bleeding, recurrent vomiting, significant tenderness. Whatever the cause, you're not getting relief from empiric rx so please seek help from a doctor. ...Read more
My girlfriend has bad stomach pain, she's telling me it's a very sharp pain like a fire poker is jabbing her, what do you think the cause is?
Severe abdominal: Pain warrants urgent medical evaluation. Don't even want to guess at this. ...Read more
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