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Upper abdominal pain on left side and central+right upper back pain and central+right hip bone pain. Nausea and vomiting. Lost appetite. No fever. Help?

Get evaluated. If you are pregnant and having abdominal pain, get in with your doc .There are several possibilities, gallstones, hernia, dehydration, hyperemesis, ulcer that can be made worse when combined with pregnancy. In the meantime, increase your oral hydration and cut back on fatty food. Read more...

Upper/middle back pain a little towards the left also accompanied by upper abdominal pain sometimes after meals. No vomiting or diarrhea?

Gutsy call here. Some spinal conditions may cause abdominal pain but symptoms would not be meal-related. Some abdominal conditions cause back pain & commonly are meal-related. So it seems your problem is in your belly, not your back. Read more...

Upper/ middle back pain, and upper abdominal pain sometimes after eating? No vomiting or diarrhea. Antacids only help sometimes.

Hard to know. Without more medical history & a physical examination. Possibilities would include gallstones, gastritis, stomach ulcer, pancreatitis, etc. Do not know your past medical or surgical history. Best to see a doctor for an evaluation. Read more...

Is this a problem with my pancreas? Upper abdominal pain, upper back pain, nausea, vomiting, worse after eating, fatty stools, no fever. Help?

Less likely. than a gastrointestinal problem or gall bladder disease. See your doctor. Read more...
It sounds. more like your gall bladder than your pancreas. Either way, you need to see your doctor to get an exam and testing in order to pin down the right diagnosis so you can get proper treatment. Hope this helps! Read more...

Chronic middle back pain on both sides, but worse this past week on left side; mid upper abdominal pain and left upper abdominal pain that comes and goes; chest tightness; difficulty sleeping this past week due to symptoms. Should I be seen today?

To be seen soon. I am concerned about your symptoms. You may have a gallbladder problem, lung problem, both of which could be serious. Your symptoms could be due to other causes. Please be seen in the next day. Happy healing. Read more...
Soon. It sounds like your pain is related to your musculoskeletal system and that you have suffered awhile. Make an appointment to see your doctor soon and work through your symptoms. All the best. Read more...

I am experiencing burning sensation, back pain (side: both) and abdominal discomfort. The following also describes me: Upper abdominal pain. What should I do?

Need more info... The reported info is not enough to deduce right diagnosis. To verify what may cause your symptoms, it is not that hard by following suggestion described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Thereby you gain much insight on how to work well with doc so to reach right Dx for right care. Clinically, the issues concerning back or GI-disorders or unknown inside abdomen has to be considered. Read more...

My Son is experiencing back pain (severity: moderate (side: both) and upper abdominal pain. The following also describes him: Nausea pain when taking deep breath pain with jumping What should. ..

See a doctor. Abdominal pain with nausea that worsens with movement is concerning for inflammation of the inside of the abdomen (peritonitis) that could be from appendicitis, gallbladder disease, bowel perforation, internal bleeding, or other internal infection. Best to seek immediate medical care. Read more...