Extremely sharp abdominal pains, bloating, cramps, either when I eat or if I haven't eaten in a while, and now mid back pain and discomfort? Help

See a doctor. There is not enough information to be able to guide you. You really should see a doctor asap. If this pain is new and severe, go to an er if you cannot get in to see your doctor.
Gastric ulcer. The symptoms you describe are consistent with a gastric ulcer. This may be associated with nausea vomiting and maybe dark stools or blood in stool. Either way this is a possibly dangerous condition and should be evaluated immediately.

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