Stomach pain fainting

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This has happened several times, the worst being when i was woken by the pain/nausea and fainted twice in the same night. After <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span>, the pain seems to be less apparent, although I'm very weak. I have been to my doctors several times and had ultrasound and an endoscopy, both of which found nothing. I've also tried various tablets suggested by my doctor, none of which improve my symptoms.
36 m, started having sudden severe <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> pain and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> after taking strong spirits about 6 months ago. This is a new illness to me, I take antacids occasional to control stomach pain when I take aspirins for my heart condition. But recently, a new problem has started, within a year I have passed out four times, and its always the same sequence.
I use to have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> spells. It is normal to get light headed when you go from a sitting to standing positon, but to pass out regularly isn't normal. You may be dehydrated, or you may be anemic if you are female, especially if you have heavy cycles. This is just my 2 cents based on my previous experience, but I would go to a GYN doc or your family doctor and ask them to check your Hemoglobin, which is the component of the red blood cells that deliver oxygen to the body.
Sometimes when you are at rest or relaxing, your blood pressure can drop fast and cause a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> feeling or heaviness. Especially in people with already low but still normal blood pressure.
i do the breathing thing whenever i get the pain at first it helps a lot but sometimes the pain and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> come so fast i don't have time to take anything or do breathing.
This is a tough question to answer, since abdominal pain is such a vague symptom. Generally speaking, abdominal pain lasting more than a few hours should be evaluated. Especially pain as severe as what you have described. IF the pain has resolved, I would think that it would be OK for you to wait and see if it comes back or if you develop other symptoms such as fever, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.
Afterwards I went out to my car with a friend for water because my mouth was dry, and also my intestinal area was giving a lot of frequent pain at that point, like a stabbing pain and I wanted to sit down as I found myself lifting my knees one after the other to avoid it. As I started to walk around the building to my car the pain at that point felt severe, like needles, and I instantly started to burn up and get really hot, but I don't remember even sweating.
I cannot stand up for long periods of time - probably no more than 2 hours - if this happens then i get a really bad pain in my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>. it feels like i have a hole in my stomach and i have to bend over or sit down to rectify it. It then takes a few hours for it to feel better. note when i feel like this i cannot drink anything as it makes it worse!
I have been severely dehydrated before (which is common with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> virus) to the point of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> from dizziness. The more concrete issue seeems to be your anxiety and perception of what it could be. Take it from someone who has worried too much over the last couple of months.It only makes things worse. But of course in your situation it might be worth calling you therapist/psychologist/etc.
This morning, I woke up with excrutiating <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> pain and bathroom urgency. When I got to the toilet, I was in such pain I couldn't "go", and next thing I knew I woke up on the bathroom floor. I was very disoriented, (example: leave your eyes open and shake you head back and forth - thats what I saw when I opened my eyes). Does anyone know what causes this? I'm so afraid its going to happen again. Thanks!
I thought I posted this earlier but can't find it. Excuse if it is duplicate. I have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> with colon pain or any pain in that vicinity. It is caused from sensitive vagus nerve. At the first sign of IBS attack I take Levsin S/L. If I take it early enough I can avoid fainting but sometimes still have the sweating & nausea. It is very disturbing & stressful.
Hi Welcome to the MedHelp forum! Generally the fainting is due to anemia or vaso-vagal attack following low blood volume. Please drink plenty of fluids during this time. Get your hemoglobin level checked. Take a good multivitamin for a few months. Sometimes a hormone therapy is needed to control the painful heavy periods. At times it is due to endometriosis, ovarian cysts or uterine fibroids. In some cases it is hereditary. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage.
I posted this on 2 other forums and got no response. Any help would be so appreciated! Hello I'm a 32 year old Mother, and i've never had any major health issues. This morning, I woke up with excrutiating stomach pain and bathroom urgency. When I got to the toilet, I was in such pain I couldn't "go", and next thing I knew I woke up on the bathroom floor. I was very disoriented, (example: leave your eyes open and shake you head back and forth - thats what I saw when I opened my eyes).
The last he remembered was feeling slightly sick to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> and dizzy all of a sudden. He seemed fine, but the EMTs took all of his vitals (including blood sugar). Only think elevated was his pulse was 95. Everything else was normal. I took him to the doctor and they don't think we should run any tests unless it happens again. He had been feeling sick to his stomach alot a couple weeks ago, but has not complained about it recently.
I don't completely blackout, but things go sort of gray, I get a tingling in my right arm, my body feels weak and heavy, I get heartburn or <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> pain with these. Taking one Aspirin helps. My blood pressure sometimes is high and sometimes is low when these "spells" come on. They do see to happen more when I am under stress or worrying. My ears will ring and sounds seem louder. When they happen, I am weak for almost the whole day.
My 13 yr old nephew - in 2005 he had two spells of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> within a gap of 4-5 months. Since then, in early 2008 he had another spell of fainting. This morning, he fainted again. He says that his head pains (like cramp type) and then he faints. He was taken to a neurologist in 2005 and after all the recommended tests including MRI, nothing was detected. He is an otherwise active child and eats normally and regularly.
Vaso vagal syncope can be caused by the blood pressure suddenly falling, other things that can trigger it can be extreme pain - such as a severe <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> ache, dehydration, a heart arrthymia or a problem with your autotomic regulation. Keep yourself well hydrated and check your blood pressure to make sure it doesn't get too low.
Being on the toilet in the evening or night (usually with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> pain) Sudden sweat over my entire body (even when its cold) Black spots appearing in front of my eyes (starts slowly becomes more frequent) Light headedness (like you have to lean against something or lie down) and finaly cant move or think (even though im still awake with my eyes open) Btw im 32 its happend 3 times in the last 8 years or so and i dont think its drug related and to be honest i dont really have a problem with it.
Other reasons I have fainted is from pain, or from going hot to cold, and sometimes in the middle of the night with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> pain, but for no other reason. It is so bizarre and no-one has an answer for it. I've had the ECG and whatever the heart one is called, and both have come back ok. The Neurolgists (ive seen two over my life - about 20yrs apart) both said the same thing...that my scan isn't normal, and has slight epileptic tendancies, but I definitely don't have epilepsy. Ugh....
I'm a 17 year old with a family history of mental health issues and recently i have been <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> constantly due to the pain I'm getting from a tearing-cramping feeling I'm getting in my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>. this pain is not only making me faint but i also suffer with panic attacks which trigger my fainting and have worsened in the past 2 months. approximately 3 months ago i also started hallucinating which lasted for about a month but i repressed it into the back of my mind.
The ulcers were attributed to my self-medicating my menstrual pain with too many NSAIDs (tried everything), the result being a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> ulcer. The fainting, however, does worry me. I just don't know what to ask for. The pain is so bad that I was actually prescribed percocet - but I can't even take them during the workday! My last gymo appt (a biopsy after an abnormal pap), I mentioned all my symptoms and the reply was "YAZ is the best BC, just take a stronger painkiller.
For several years I have been having what I call "episodes". They were very infrequent, maybe two a year. In the last couple of years, they have become more regular and very scary. I have had five in three weeks. They are almost always at night after I have been asleep for a couple of hours. I wake up having lower abdomenal cramping, then I feel an extreme heat come over my whole body. Sweat pours off my body and I become pail in color.
<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> cramp, Diarrhea, sweating , light headedness and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>fainting</span> http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Undiagnosed-Symptoms/stomach-cramp--Diarrhea--sweating---light-headedness-and-fainting/show/202820?page=1 Hi this is my second time having this stomach pain problem please tell me what kinda sickness do i have i really need to know this is getting scarier luckily my mom was there the 2times that i have it i have a young 4yrs old daughter @ home..
The pain begins severe <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> cramps which come and then go come again and then go ever incraesing in pain until i am literally rolling around on the floor. The pain then reaches boiling point when i have to make a run for the bathroom (not ideal considering i am a teacher and this means having to grab someone to cover me IMMEDIATELY) once in the bathroom i have the most outrageous sweats i normally have to strip off as i get soaking wet again not great when in your place of work.
I have been having really bad pains in my upper abdomen where my stomach is, starting around ovulation time, then lasting until I get my period. When I get my period the pain switches-sometimes the upper abominal pain, and sometimes near where my ovaries are. When this is all going on (especially after my periods have started) I keep having pregnancy symptoms-nausiousness, hot/cold flashes, enlarged and very sore breasts,fainting spells,anxiety attacks, bloating,mood swings..
I have taken 2 (175mg) tablets so far after meal. All of a sudden, I started having this excruciating pain in my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>. It hurts so bad that I cannot go to sleep. I used a stethoscope and heard bowel sounds (hyperactive in all 4 quadrants), but no bowel movement. I have had no luck with having any flatulence either. Will somebody please tell me what can I do to better manage this terrible side effect?
Small stones can obstruct the passage of urine and when the body tries to 'push' against the blockade this results in colic, which is severe attacks of pain. The other causes for the pain could be infections of the bowel and bladder, prolapsed intervertebral disc or inflammatory diseases of the colon. Please consult your primary care physician who will do blood tests, x- rays and may ask for an ultrasonogram to find out the cause for the pain. Regards.
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