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Upper abdoman pain, light headed, nausea... Was vomiting at first but no longer... What could this be?

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Dr. Arthur Heller
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Gall bladder, ulcer?

Depends on location, duration.
Could be gallbladder attack (right upper quadrant/midline pain, often goes to back), pancreatitis (midline, often going to back), inflammation of stomach/duodenum/ulcer (midline, left upper quadrant), less likely kidney, colon, referred pain from gyn, or appendix. Call your doc. Fever, jaundice (yellow eyes/skin, dark urine, light stool, ongoing? -er.

In brief: Gall bladder, ulcer?

Depends on location, duration.
Could be gallbladder attack (right upper quadrant/midline pain, often goes to back), pancreatitis (midline, often going to back), inflammation of stomach/duodenum/ulcer (midline, left upper quadrant), less likely kidney, colon, referred pain from gyn, or appendix. Call your doc. Fever, jaundice (yellow eyes/skin, dark urine, light stool, ongoing? -er.
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