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Wind Pain In Stomach
Nonspecific: Your symptoms are nonspecific and could be due to lactose or gluten intolerance or sensitivity. Irritable bowel syndrome is another possibility. If symptoms are very recent and bowels are loose, an intestinal tract infection(viral, parasitic) or food poisoning may be present. See your physician if symptoms persist or worsen,vomiting occurs or if your abdomen is very tender. ...Read more
Hi.I have intermittent stomach floor pain,weak stomach, cramping feeings in the gut and colen etc,warm radiationg pain in lower abdomen.Help!
Gastritis or stomach ulcers stomach pains in my head it loss appetite pains in legs lower back pain hard to breeze?
Many causes: Viral gastroenteritis and lactose intolerance are just two of many possible causes for symptoms.Unable to give specific advice based on such limited information.For a proper diagnosis see your physician if the symptoms persist or consider an on line consultation with a Health Tap physician. The following sites may be helpful: http://bit.ly/1S4Uupd > http://bit.ly/1Yh19QU > http://bit.ly/10RdXop ...Read more
Stomach feels empty,I was constipated,now the boating went down from causes of stress,some sharp pains randomly in stomach?
See a physician: 16 yo woman with constipation, bloating, sharp abdominal pains, and stomach feeling empty. Patient did not state whether her constipation was relieved, this is a one time or recurring problem; any other ongoing medical problems or any medications. Symptoms could be due to simple constipation, but also a multitude of other conditions, some of which may be serious. Please see a doctor. ...Read more
Hello. : Hello. I can't diagnose your symptoms. However, the esophagus is the tube that connects the mouth to the stomach. The delicate tissue of the esophagus can be inflammed or irritated if gastric acids refluxes into the esophagus from the stomach. Drinking lots of alcohol is one possible cause of esophageal inflammation. If a person is overweight or they have a loose sphincter muscle which closes off the top of the stomach, this could be causes for gastric acid to reflux into the esophagus. The stomach could be inflammed from bacteria, a virus, alcohol, stress - lots of reasons. Runny bowel movements could be from gastroenteritis, food being propelled too rapidly through the colon. Without an evaluation, the doctors in this forum can provide generalized information but not a lot more. If your doctor diagnosed you with an inflammed esophagus and stomach, ask more info about it. If you need to, write down all your questions first. Take care. ...Read more
Constant gurgling in stomach and lower abdomen , constant sore / burning throat especially in the morning . Constant hunger and gas what could this be?
IBS-like symptoms : Symptoms of abdominal cramping, gurgling, and gas are compatible with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, as is morning nauseous. Also consider lactose intolerance. Esophageal burning & soreness are likely caused by gastric regurgitation, GERD. A Gastroenterology specialist's opinion is advised. ...Read more
Unlikely: If it is so severe, see a doctor soon and get evaluated. Many causes but not gas. ...Read more
Severe stomach pain in middle where rib cage splits, hurts most when lying down, headache, nausea, pain in back....feels like burning, squeezing?
Light brown/yellowish stool for week or so, indigestion, pain in lower stomach, nausea, pain in sides, have acid reflux, been taking Tums (calcium carbonate) frequently, some pain in upper & lower back, pain in neck.
Need to be examined: Sounds like you have several problems and I doubt they are all related. I could give you a list of all the possible causes of any of your complaints but it won't be helpful. A physician would listen to your complaints, take a history of past medical problems and ask you numerous pointed questions to point towards a diagnosis. He would then examen you. All of which we cannot do here on HT. ...Read more
Possibly but...: "stomach pain" can be caused by lots of things & may indeed originate outside the GI tract. Further evaluation is in order before anyone can answer "what to do." your doctor will want to re-examine you as well as know the quality, timing, duration, location, & associations (eating, position, activity, stooling, urinating) of your pain to better direct the next appropriate testing. ...Read more
Gases, trapped wind in large intestine. Always making noise when pushed. Bloating and waist pain. Loud rumbling. Possible cause?
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