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Why Does My Stomach Always Hurt
Why does my stomach always hurts? It feels like a knot in my stomach which keeps me from eating, can't hold my food down. Went to the emergency room to see if i had gallstones, they couldnt find anything.
Need more eval: You need to see your primary doctor to get a more indepth evaluation. I don't know what your ER did to evaluate it, but more workup is needed that the ER cannot provide. See your doctor. ...Read more
Why does my stomach constantly hurt?It always feels as if i need to go to the bathroom or throw up. (also blood in my stool)?
See doctor: The symptoms that you describe require an evaluation by your doctor. This could be something minor, but could represent a serious illness. Call today-and describe the symptoms. If unable to be seen soon, ask to speak to the nurse, who will recognize the potential serious nature and can triage you to an earlier appt. Best wishes. ...Read more
Why do my stomach always hurt? Like I feel bloated sometimes when I don't eat a lot. And my life is stressful+I sleep a lot
I been having implanon for a year and i been having unprotected sex for a month and now my stomach always hurt and everything i eat it doesn't stay in?
Every day by late afternoon about 3 30 my stomach begins to hurt it s not a sharp pain all of the time more of an all around pain but at times it is s?
Don't know: Cannot answer this question without a complete medical history, physical examination and needed laboratory tests. Are you just finishing school at 3:30 pm every day? Are you sexually active? Is there some other activity occurring around that time? You need to see your medical provider for an evaluation. ...Read more
Many things: There are many things which cause abdominal pains. We may be able to better answer you fi you can describe the discomfort. Is it sharp pains? Dull pains? Burning? All the time? Related to eating? Are there other symptoms? Nausea? Vomiting? Diarrhea? ...Read more
Chronic discomfort: First, you have to determine the cause of your chronic discomfort which has to be done by a physician who will take a thorough history of your symptoms, perform a physical examination and then order appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis. If the problem isn't identified, then more than likely a referral to a gastroenterologist or abdominal surgeonwill be made. ...Read more
Many causes : I woman's stomach ( or abdomen, which can include anything from your rib cage to your hips) can hurt for many reasons, including problems with your digestive track, reproductive track, and several other organs. If you're concerned, see your doctor for an exam to help pinpoint your pain. Best of luck! ...Read more
Hard to say:
Alot of organs and diagnositic possibilities in that area.
More information please.
If the pain is significant, best to skip this forum and just go get it evaluated. Feel better! ...Read more
Depends: It depends whether you are ovulating from the right or the left ovary. They typically alternate releasing eggs every month. ...Read more
Too many maybes: The possibilities are not infinite, but huge. Some may be very simple and non-serious - others, not. If you are constipated - drink more water and eat more fruits/vegetables. If it's lower back pain, have causes evaluated and follow suggestions. Some breathing constrictions worsen in that position. See? Too broad a question. Try again maybe. ...Read more
Sudden pain?: If you stomach is hurting suddenly and severely I would recommend that you be seen in an ER now. If this is a chronic issue, look up family physicians or gastroenterologists in your area. A family doc is a good place to start and they can refer you to the GI specialist if needed. ...Read more
No: It is not normal for anybody's upper abdomen to be firm nor hurt. Pain means something is wrong. In the upper abdomen are the stomach, liver, spleen, and parts of other organs. A primary care doctor or a GI doctor can help figure out the problem. ...Read more
Depends: Not much to go on here. Drs will ask about fevers, chiils, nausea, vimiting, how ling pain has been present, what is pain quality, what makes it better and worse, does it awaken from sleep, any problems with urination, and previous history of similar pains. These are a few of the questions you should be prepared to answer when evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Why abdominal pain?: There are lots of reasons for abdominal discomfort, and not all of them are due to the GI tract. Even "functional" syndromes may be present without underlying "disease." if pain with meals consider peptic (acid), biliary, or pancreatic disease. If bleeding or tenderness is present, this suggests inflammation, ischemia, or infection. Exquisite tenderness is quite concerning. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Typically not, but: ...how much stretching or abdominal exercise are you contemplating--that may change our answer. ...Read more
Depends: If you have pain without an injury and tender to the touch in the right lower abdomen you need to have it worked up some. Any nausea, vomiting, fever , chills? If the pain has been present for more then a day you should see a physician. You could be sitting on an appendicitis or ovarian cyst. ...Read more
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