Can lung cancer spread to stomach?

Yes. http://goo.gl/qyxxk4 "...The most frequent tumors involved in secondary gastric sites are melanoma, breast, and lung cancer..." http://goo.Gl/r2bnbz "...Reported that the incidence of gastric metastasis was 1.7% in 1010 autopsy cases and that the most common cancers metastasizing to the stomach were breast cancer, melanoma and lung cancer..." http://goo.Gl/tjkovg.
Thanks for asking! Gastric metastasis from primary lung cancer is very rare with a reported incidence of 0.2%-0.5%.

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My grandfather was diagnosed stage 4 lung cancer, spread to stomach and adrenal glands. I'd like to know a bit more about what we will be dealing with?

Slow decline. Given your grandfather is in his 80's and given his stage 4 lung cancer, i would strongly recommend that you consider hospice; use of chemotherapy in this situation to extend life by approximately 6 months v the side-effects is not in his best interest. Hospice will give you support as he develops symptoms and slowly declines. Spend quality time with him- it is what you will remember. Read more...
Terminal disease. Unfortunately this is an advanced cancer. Treatments will not cure him, but he can be made more comfortable. I am so very sorry. Read more...

My sister has Stage IV Lung Cancer that has spread to the bones, stomach lining, liver, aorta, stomach and elsewhere. How long will she last?

Not too long. sorry to say not too long but in my view life and death is not in our hand so we all should appreciate life and live as we are going to die tomorrow by enjoying everything in life and plan as if we are going to live for ever as far your sister concern try to take advantage of the few time left and enjoy with her life as long as she still here with us . Read more...

Is it possible to have a big stomach from lung cancer?

Unusual. Most lose weight and have a smaller abdomen. The actual stomach can dilate with the tumor and any obstruction. If spread to omentum or liver some masses or apparent enlargement might appear. Read more...
Depends but rare. A big stomach can mean large ventral hernia, diastasis, gastric bloat, obesity or other diagnoses. Lung cancer should not impact the abdomen unless by obstruction and advanced stage. Okay to ask your care team. It is possible something else is going on. Good luck. Read more...

Is it possible to have lung cancer and stomach cancer at the same time?

Unlikely but.... It is uncommon to have 2 cancers at the same time. But you may be confused by the fact that any one cancer can spread(metastasize) to other organs which can cause confusion in patients' mind. For example Stomach cancer can spread to the lungs....that does not mean you have 2 cancers....it simply means that your stomach cancer) has spread into the lungs yet your diagnosis remains stomach cancer. Read more...

What are the odds of having lung cancer and stomach cancer at the same time?

Rare as primaries. Do you mean as primary cancers? Cancers can spread and be in multiple organs at the same time. Read more...
Metastatic cancer. from a single source(primary)can spread to multiple organs. However, the odds of developing simultaneous primary lung and stomach cancers would have to be very remote. Read more...

My father has lung cancer stadium 4, now he has problem with his stomach. His stomach feels hard, but on usg they didn't find anything on his stomach?

CT scan, EGD. Ct scan will be much better than sonogram to evaluate what is wrong here in this case. Having said that, ultimately, an upper endoscopy may be needed to directly visualize the upper GI tract to evaluate if there is stomach ulcer etc. Discuss with your doctor in detail. Read more...