Stomach pain vomiting blood

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The pain may vary in intensity. Severe, constant pain may mean that your intestine's blood supply has been cut off or that you have a hole in your intestine. This is a medical emergency. Call your doctor immediately. Bloating. Generalized abdominal bloating usually occurs around the belly button and in the pelvic area . Diarrhea or constipation. Either of these symptoms may occur, depending on how complete the obstruction is. Your stools may be thin. Vomiting.
my twelve year old son has been vomiting for the past week. He says he feels fine and he has a regular appetite. The only other symptom he has if that he is hurting on his right lower side. He has had no fever. The doctor checked his blood and urine this morning and said it all looks fine. Of course they won't keep him at school when he is vomiting. What could possibly be wrong that needs to be checked that the Dr. is missing?
Cholecystitis usually presents with extreme discomfort and/or pain, but it very well may not be causing pain. Bile backing up into your liver and getting dispersed through your blood (way oversimplification, but you get the idea) can cause a funky tint to your skin. Also, if your stomach is not producing intrinsic factor, your body cannot absorb vitamin b. Which in turn can lead to a vitamin deficiency. Please make sure you are drinking plenty of water.
But now makes 3 times that I have started vomiting and not been able to stop. To the point of vomiting up stomach acid. One of those times I popped a blood vessel (capillary I guess) and was vomitng blood. This week has been 2 different times already. Of course we all know what wretching does to your head. The more you vomit the worse your head hurts. It just starts a vicious cycle of pain. Wanted to see if anyone else has experienced this.
I seriously need to go see a doctor I know but was wondering if anyone ever had this problem. I occasionally get a pain in my stomach like jus under my breast, directly in the middle. When the pain comes it very unbearable so I start to puke. Last night was my latest occurance and when I puked and taught I was done, I started bringin out red watery liquid that seems to be blood. It was scary but after the pain left. Anyone have any idea what I can be suffering with since its not normal?
On both occasions I hadn't eaten all day, just drank many beers. There was no stomach pain. I felt acidity in my esophagus, throat? I forced myself to eat afterward, even though I had pain swallowing. I felt fine the next day. I'm scared to death, but I'm still drinking. I know I need help but I'm scared to quit. I've already been in rehab once. Was sober for a few months and fell off the wagon again. In my 20's i was hospitalized for anorexia, bulimia.
She has constant stomach pain and kidney pain. Lots of headaches. Somtimes with vomiting and diareha. Her jaw,ear,head,and eye(right side) where hurting a few months ago and we thought she had tmj. She has been to doctors and they are being worthless. One said she was being a baby. One said she had an intestinal infection. One said blood infection. And none of the things they told us to do helped at all. I can't see her in pain anymore. Please help me get her better.
Within an hour of vomiting I was on the floor with excrusiating pain in my stomach and still vomiting although it was way more extreme. So extreme that I broke a blood vessel in my eye. This was 3 months ago. Since then I have had constant pain in my stomach and asophagus. I have been to the emergency room 3 times. Prescribed Prevacid, Nexium, and something for nausea as the doc thought it was GERD or severe acid reflux.. Nothing helps. I had a blood test for H.Pylori and it came back negative.
I am a 21 year old female, I have been suffering from ongoing, constant, nausea, vomiting and stomach pain. Vomiting is daily, and occurs shortly after eating food. It will sometimes be very acidy but I will still throw up even if my stomach is not acidy. Getting up and moving around seems to make the nausea worse. The pain I have is mostly in the upper middle of my abdomen between my belly button and ribs. It is campy feeling and more painful if pushed.
I did not have any symptoms of vomiting, or nuesa, pain, diarriah. I only feel the discomfort after eating or drinking. It was associated with rapid heart beat and a general weak feeling. This made me start to fear eating. I did an U/S for my stomach which was all clean. I then saw my doctor who on physical examination (when pressing the upper part of my stomach it did hurt me, but not much or sever). He asked me to do a blood tes, where H.Pylori was present. He gave me Rabeloc and antiboitics.
My son had the stomach flu at the end of Sept. and has had stomach pain ever since. We took him to the dr. and they did blood work and sent us to get an ultrasound. Everything came back fine-perfect actually but he is still in pain, so much that he cries from it. The pain is located around his belly button, more so above...... No fever, vomiting, diarrhea, no problems pooping or with blood where it shouldn't be.....He doesn't eat much anymore because he says it makes it hurt worse.
3 out of the last 4 nights, I have woken up in the middle of the night to EXTREME abdominal pain which lasted about an hour each time, followed by sweating, vomiting (including blood), and sharp pain in the neck. The pain was mostly in my upper abdominal area. I don't know what to make of it. I have never had this happen before. I find that in the last few weeks I have a loss of appetite, and when I do eat, it's about half the portion I normally eat. So any opinions as to what this could be?
He wakes in the morning to have a BM and if its diarrhea he begins to violently vomit, sweat heavily and has severe abdominal pain where is stomach is very bloated. I take him to the ER where they administer atavan and dulantin (not sure of spelling), within an hour he is back to normal. He's had an endoscopy twice...they found nothing...a ct scan...they found nothing....a colonoscopy...they found nothing...tons of x-rays and blood work and nothing turns up. the GI dr.
And I have a bloated feeling after I eat, so I have been eating less. Sometimes I have stomach pain when I eat solid food, like a muffin or sandwich. I tried pepto bismol, it gave me diarrhea and I felt better for an hour but comes back right after so I stopped taking it. What could be wrong with me?
Did you get your liver and gall bladder checked out? Right quadrant pain is usually from the liver and gall bladder. As you have had vomiting and diarhea and your stomach results show up as having an irritation, it is likely that you may have a stomach bug. Have you checked out for Helicobacter Pylori and any other parasitic bugs? You do not need to answer of these questions, it is just something to think about.
I had also been vomiting since the night before. They ran blood, urine, and u/s. Gave Mr something for pain and vomiting.. said everything was fine and sent me home (told me to call ob today) I was up most the night tossing and turning This morning I woke up with bad diahrea and still the stomach pains. I tried calling my ob but I keep getting nurses voicemail. I'm afraid to eat cuz I know I'm gunna puke.
Ever since I have intermittently suffered from agonising stomach cramps, vomiting, and constipation. The scar from my operation is half an inch above my belly-button.
Some of the other symptoms that I experience frequently are severe headaches, leg pain, mood swings, abdominal cramping/pain, restlessness/anxiety, pain in lower right side of abdomen...... after doing some research, I feel that some of my symptoms are similar to porphyria....I dread calling my doctor to find anything out about this, because he thinks I am perfectly fine, and that this is all in my head.....when I am positive that it is not! Is porphyria a possibility???
He is in the UK and about 14 months ago he had terrible acute stomach pain at about 1am to the point where he got very white and sweaty and felt nauseous but wasn't sick. We called the ambulance and when they came he had extremely low blood pressure and they had to put saline drips in both arms. By the time he got to the hospital he felt a little better. They took x-rays and it looked like he had a compaction but nothing else. They took blood tests and all were fine.
Over the past six weeks, she has been in the hospital 4 times - had 3 colonoscopy, upper GI, blood work, stomach biopsy, colon biospy. They determined that she has ischemic cholitis. The last colonoscopy said this condition was "healing nicely" but less than 1 week later she is back in the hospital - and worse than ever! She is weak, vomiting, diarrhea etc. No one knows what to look for. Are the "food allergies" causing this?
I've also passed out on one occasion which I think was from vomiting so much and being dehydrated. The pain is located on my right side below my rib cage and is sharp. It also feels like it radiates up my arm on my shoulder and back. The doctors have done an endoscopy showing only mild stomach irritation (I'm assuming from the non stop vomiting), a ct scan, an ultrasound, an X-ray, and a hida scan which all came back normal.
My son is 23 years old and has been dealing with severe abdominal pain and vomiting attacks for about four years. It starts when he gets up in the morning. His abdomen will start to hurt and sometimes it will stop. When he has a bad attack the back of his neck starts to hurt and he starts vomiting for hours. His abdomen pain will ease a little after he vomits but not for long. After about 24 hours of this he the pain and vomiting will stop.
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