Are there adults who had pyloric stenosis as a baby and have related stomach problems as adults?

Rarely. Pyloric stenosis is a congenital gastric obstruction that occurrs between two to six weeks of life. Once it is fixed infants an resume eating a normal diet. Later problems in adulthood are uncommon. Would see a gastroenterologist for evaluation.
1. Yes. In adults pyloric stenosis is related to scarring from healed ulcers in the stomach and duodenal area and cause similar symtoms.

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What should I do if I had pyloric stenosis as a baby now as an adult my stomach always hurts?

See your doctor. Having been operated on as a young baby for hypertrophic pyloric stenosis usually does not result in adult sequelae. If you are having significant abdominal or gastrointestinal problems, you should be evaluated by your primary care physician or an adult gastroenterologist. Read more...
See specialist. First see your family doctor. You may need to see a gastroenterologist to rule having an ulcer. This may not be related to your prior pyloric stenosis. Read more...
Maybe bowel disorder. Early life events: infants with pyloric stenosis have a higher risk of developing chronic abdominal pain in childhood.This has been reported in few studies.These may be functional bowel disorders and irritable bowel syndrome. Read more...