Stomach pain nausea intense diarrhea

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Sometime in the night I wake up with extremely intense pain in my upper, middle stomach area, in the solar plexus region, and suffer with that pain for several hours, which is then followed by diarrhea. These episodes occur usually only 2 or 3 times a year, though their frequency lately seems to suggest they are trying to occur more often. I typically have what I consider to be "normal" bowel function. No noteable problems with constipation or diarrhea other than the above stated.
lower abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, severe bloating that can make my stomach girth grow up to ~10 inches larger. Loss of appitite, burning sensation in stomach, lack of energy, etc. I have gone up to 8 days with no BM. During this cycle I have a regimen that I take daily that consist of prescribed and over the counter medications for relaxing bowels and softening stools...nothing actually helps so to speak as my body decides what it does when it wants to.
so about two weeks ago i started getting sick(vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, stomach pain, your usual stomach virus kind of symptoms) but after a week it cleared up and i thought i was getting better then about four days ago my symptoms returned...only a lot worse. my vomit has bits of undigested food(for ex.
My doctor prescribed Belladonna Alkaloids tablets, which seemed to relieve the lower abdominal cramps, however the pain migrated to the stomach area. This pain was coming and going and was more of a burning type. When the pain peaked, I felt somewhat nauseous. This pain originated in the center of the upper abdomen (which was tender). Somestimes, it migrated up to where the esophagus ends. I did not have diarrhea, or a fever. I ate normally!
In early June I had a stomach virus consisting of intense nausea and diarrhea as well as aches and general malaise. Since then (now mid October) I have experience recurring nausea which is worse at night. It keeps me awake and I can hear and feel my stomach churning. I have seen two gastroenterologists. The first performed an upper endoscopy (normal accept for mild chronic inflammation in stomach and esophagus) and ordered as HIDA scan. The scan came back "borderline" (33% ef).
IT CAN CAUSE UPPER STOMACH PAIN,NAUSEA,EVEN VOMITING OR PEPTIC ULCERS.IT CAN BE TREATED IN TWO WEEKS WITH MEDICATION.I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH IT ABOUT A MON. AGO,BUT STILL SUFFER WITH IT BECAUSE OF SEVERE VOMITING,I COULD KEEP THE MEDICINE DOWN.IT IS VERY TREATALBE AND CAN BE FOUNDSIMPLY THROUGH A BLOOD TEST. HOPE YOU FEEL BETTER.
If the diarrhea continues I would talk to your doctor as much more then 7 days of this just wouldn't be considered outrightly normal. And cramping with or without diarrhea, especially if there is nausea are all symptoms of preterm labor on their own with or without contractions so that may be another thing they would want to explore. Regardless you're close to your due date so that's great! Every day you get that much safer that if baby comes now everything would be fine. Good luck!
Extreme Nausea, throwing up, dry heaves, diarrhea, stomach cramps/pain, headache, sinus pressure, dizziness, fatigue, some shaking, extreme thrist. I have not returned to the doctor because I don't want to be told I'm "FINE" again. Although no tests have found results I am sick! I am experiencing these symptoms and I don't know what to do. MORE DETAILED ILLNESS HISTORY: I have been sick since November 2009. Before Thanksgiving I went to the doctor and was given a z-pack.
The majority of the right sided pain is gone, now I have this intense pain in my center (stomach area right below the ribs and down to my belly button) and it is tender to the touch. I feel full all of the time and feel like I swallowed a brick. I have nausea and a bloated feeling right below my ribs. Slight shortness of breath. No vomiting or fever. I don't feel like eating and I spend most of the day laying in my recliner and rubbing my stomach. I am due for an endoscopy on Jan. 15th.
In early June I had a stomach virus consisting of intense nausea and diarrhea as well as aches and general malaise. Since then (now mid October) I have experienced recurring nausea which is worse at night. It keeps me awake and I can hear and feel my stomach churning. My bad "attacks" occur about once a week, sometimes more or less frequently, lasting about 24 hours.
Incredible right hip pain, to Emergence, MRI of spine, no change in chiari malformation and syringomyelia. 1 week later, intense abdominal pain, eased off and then 36 hours later with nausea, diarrhea and different abdominal pain - felt like food poisoning but not so intense. Had antibiotics for possible diverticulitis, specimens taken for bacteria etc. . Question: could this hip pain and then abdo pain be caused by nerves affected by the chiari?
She had mentioned possible stomach migraines. But, the 34 day duration of nausea, my past symptoms and what I've read about stomach migraines makes me think it is not the trouble. *Concerns: Chronic Nausea (previous symptoms subsided) Duration: Various intensities of nausea for 34 days. *Background: 32yo, 6'2" (19lbs) muscular, fit. Exercise four times per week. *Family History: No history of stomach problems or IBS.
I have been having this for a year on and off.-waterworks++ and nausea when I have back pain. I also have upper back pain, abdominal and rib pain. I was just in ER a few days ago because of relentless back and abd pain and had to bring my legs up to my chest and rock or move my legs.I have slightly bulging thoracic discs but no nerve impingement but as I have fibromyalgia .I guess it doesn't take much abdominal bloating to irritate those nerves.
I've been reading this thread for awhile now, I started getting these headaches a few years ago, and then I had gallbladder surgery. They still happen, but with a lot less frequency. So you might want to get your gallbladder checked, and ask for a HIDA scan if they don't find anything on a CT or ultrasound (I had no stones). Some other gallbladder symptoms might be present like recurring "stomach virus", pain in the middle of your stomach, and acid reflux.
My ears get hot and ring, I start to sweat. the pain in my stomach is so intense the next thing I know I'm on the floor with someone slapping me to wake up. I don't know what to call it - Fainting or a sezure. When I'm out I feel like I'm shaking but my husband says I'm not. I do have constipation but not when this happens. I could have this 2 to 3 times a year or a few years could go by. Whenever, this is very scary and it drains me the rest of the day. What can be done?
The location of the gnawing pain you described and the other symptoms eg lack of appetite, nausea, coldness, sleep disruption, these will all disappear when you start to work on your liver. Also anxiety is a sign of problems in the liver too. You must avoid pharmaceutical drugs especially paracetamol etc which damage your liver. The symptoms will be most prominent when you consume foods high in fat, caffeine - especially filter coffee, and alcohol.
Then I started getting terrible pain about three weeks ago to this day. It is in the lower right quadrant of my stomach.. and for three months now.. my stomach has been so distended and bloated nonstop that it's starting to affect the clothes I wear, I can no longer work out because of the pain that I get moments after, walking causes me to double over at times because of the sharp pain, I can no longer comfortably wear jeans, and even laying down i feel as if something is going to burst.
So you say intense emotion can stimulate the vagus nerve and cause nausea? Sorry for the barrage of questions. But I have been spinning my wheels for a while....He drinks more than he eats and he claims cold food are less bothersome to his nausea than hot. But spicey foods have no effect. He also has a history of consuming sushi alot. mostly cooked seafood but at times in the past he has eaten raw fish. wouldn't he have diarrhea with parasite/giardia?
Crazy but I had the same symptoms lastnight - stomach cramping, nausea, diarrhea, shaking shivers, teeth chattering - I could barely make it to the bathroom in time. I thought I was going to pass out. The only differenc eis I am 33 weeks pregnant. I am going in to see my doctor tomorrow regarding it but I was wondering if anyone else was pregnant with these symptoms? It only lasted 10 to 15 minutes but it was scary.
For the first two years of my symptoms I suffered from dull nausea throughout the day with more intense nausea and some strong abdominal pain in the evenings. I have been hospitalized once for nausea and vomiting, in which they initially suspected an appendicitis as an abdominal ct showed a partially enlarged appendix, some free fluid in the abdominal cavity, and a tubular structure in my appendix. I am currently seeing a G-I specialist that will address these unresolved findings.
The cause may be neuromuscular disorders of the stomach. Nausea is a noxious, debilitating and under-appreciated symptom,” said Kenneth Koch, M.D., chief of the gastroenterology section at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. “When a physician has completed the routine tests such as blood studies, barium X-ray studies, ultrasound and endoscopic examinations and has ruled out more common causes of nausea, then neuromuscular disorders of the stomach should be considered.
typically potatoes and turkey do not cause me go have diarrhea. I think the cheese in the sandwich was the culprit. My nausea stays steady throughout the day, and what I eat doesn't seem to have any effect on it. I am really trying hard to remain positive about it. But, having been seriously clinically depressed in the past (about 8 years ago) I can tell when I am headed down that road and I know to get help.
I am 20 years old and I feel like I am slowly dying. My symptoms: diarrhea, intense nausea, significant weight loss, loss of appetite, fatigue, burping of just air, and both upper and lower stomach pain. I have been to the ER, the GI, and the doctor countless times. I have had my blood drawn many times, a CT scan, and stool tests. No one can tell whats wrong with me. They have mentioned IBS and GERD. I am on medication for both but nothing is really making a difference.
Shortly after dinner last night (eating foods I always eat) I started to get a severe pain high up in my stomach, kind of in between my ribs. The pain gradually worsened and I was unable to lie down or change positions as this made it flare up more.
Now i've also abdominal, pelvic and chest pain since saturday that has been coming and going. Not nausea, but actual pain. It is pain with movement sometimes resembling a cramp from drinking too much water then running, sometimes its a more sharp pain. Now should I copy paste this post as a new topic in a more relavent area of the forums or can you guys give your wonderous insight?
Sitting certain ways (leaning forward) make the nausea more intense. I've tried, but I can't even make myself go to the bathroom to get any relief. I've also been getting some pretty severe headaches, which I've been treating as migraines even though the pain is completely different than my usual migraines. However, the light and sound sensitivity is the same.
after the detox I started to introduce the foods I had given up on for those 30 days, after a week I felt myself slipping back to how I was and the raw stomach pain, nausea and tiredness returned, I have now modified my diet in order to avoid the foods that where poisoning my system, and although not perfect as with the detox I am doing better.
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