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severe stomach pain and vomiting chills ..had an endoscopy 5 days ago .whats wrong with me.
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.
"Is there an insulin that doest not cause stomach pain, chills, and vomiting?" Call your local pharmacy and schedule a consultation with the Pharmacist. Also, ask your doctor for a referral to an Endocrinologist, a diabetes specialist, as your current doctor appears to be playing you as a guinea pig; try this and if it doesn't work we'll try something until we find something that works, maybe.
Well, you can get meds without going via your stomach. There are shots, suppositories, and some people sneak a pill in when they're eating their meals, and there are even a few liquid medicines. Sometimes it helps to drink them down with chocolate milk; the sweetness fools the mouth and the milk eases the tummy, same thing with chocolate pudding.
Over time more stones are destined to form and the symptoms can worsen to the point where one begins to have gall bladder attacks. These attacks can be extremely painful and induce a high fever, chills, vomiting, and even cause the skin and the whites of the eyes to turn yellow. Most gall bladder attacks can be rode out but some are so severe that it requires emergency attention.
I have been getting chills with no fever, pain on the left side of my stomach by my ribs and through my back, randomly nauseous but no vomiting or change in bowel movements, and weight loss. I have seen my doctor. I have had blood work done and everything is normal, I also had an ultrasound of the gallbladder and everything was normal, I also had a HIDA scan of the gallbladder and everything was normal. This has been going on for 2 months now.
I would love to feel normal again but it seems like I can hardly ever go a day without feeling sick with either nasea and vomiting, gas pains with belching, or severe stomach pains. Its horrible. I do feel symapthy for you I hate it when I feel naseated and vomit since you do it on a reglar basis the doctors need to figure out whats causing you to constantly throw up or give you some medicen that will help. Im still waiting for a medicen that will for me. Goodluck!
After surgery, a persistent stomach ache started.There was lots of gas and a moving pain..After approx 5 weeks I contacted my doctor and was told it was probably an aftermath of a "very big"surgery.Since I had all the related tests ,I didnt worry too much,I felt my stomach and intestines had been thoroughly examined so I had nothing to worry about.After I started a relatively bland diet,the symptoms improved,....then last night I was woken by a very painful brief stabbing pain .
I don't have a lot of pain, just mild gas like pans in my stomach area. mostly it's the nausea and shakes, and just in the evening.
I am 23 year old guy from India, from the past few weeks i have been down with fever + severe headache + body pain + stomach pain + chillls + night sweats I have been experiencing bad chills during night time and the fever also shoots up during the night time, in the day time its less or no fever at all sometimes I had vomiting sensation and i did vomit once badly I went to my family doctor for 3 days and hes not sure what wrong with me, i took medicines for 4 days and a injection too and sti
30 pm but by 4pm started having severe stomach/abdomin pain- this time behind my belly button, but other times more stomach. I start feeling faint, get soaking wet from sweating, then I start throwing up. I could not not stop throwing up very easily. I do not have diarrhea at all. I am short of breath at this time also. I was unable to drive and my husband picked me up. I could not sit up easily, very weak, still sweating or sometimes chilled.
i also have these symptoms. mine starts with back pain, stomach pain and pressure under my ribs. I then start belching sulfer smelling gas. I don't vomit, but I do spit up bad smelling, and foamy regurgitation. This usually starts late evening and may progress to middle of the night or morning diarrhea and gas. I was diagnosed with Irritable bowel syndrome and told to take fiber and watch what I eat. I don't believe this is an accurate diagnosis. Sorry I am not much help.
It came upon suddenly, Comes with a headache on my left side. Stomach pain/discomfort is all over most uncomfortable spot between rib cage. I cant sleep it is so uncomfortable, i am hungry when i eat the cramps get worse. Some release from burbing and farting (usually not dry). and mild diarreha. some nausea (no vomiting). Doesnt matter what i eat or how much. Its there, it is making me so tired i cant do anything i feel like lying down.
I've been suffering since 2007 with nausea, vomiting, frequent urination, insomnia, severe chills, pain in the middle of the back, and funny taste in the mouth, especially after eating chocolate does anyone know what this is? I've been to several doctors that at first think I just have an infection. I also was ruled out for thyroid issues. I just had an adrenal stress gland test done and am awaiting the results.
Nausea Vomiting Abdominal pain Diarrhea Fever Chills Headache Muscle pains Blood in the stool Signs and symptoms of salmonella infection generally last four to seven days, although it may take several months for your bowels to return to normal. A few varieties of salmonella bacteria result in typhoid fever, a sometimes deadly disease that is more common in developing countries.
For a few years I have been having intense pain in my stomach/abdominal area after I play soccer and/or run untill I'm very tired. I started going to my doctor first when I was thirteen about this and she has not the slightest idea what is going on. I read the tag about stomach pains after tennis and my syptoms sound very similar. I am in good shape and exercise regulairly, and it only happens on random days spread by weeks of no problems, and it only happens when I push myself to my limits.
About 2-3 weeks ago I woke up with abdominal pain, I had diareah that became so liquidy that I had trouble making it to the bathroom, in addition to that extreme vomitting that hurt my stomach so much because even after my stomach was cleared out I was still heaving. I spent the whole day in bed, freezing cold, and so week I wasn't able to even make a phone call or text, I could barely get myself back out of bed when I needed to go to the bathroom again.
In ER 3/12/12, chest pains, PVC'S, high blood pressure, severe sweating, shaking chills,headache,muscle pain, re-hydrated, pain meds, GI cocktail, bloodwork showed high alkaline phosphatase. U/S done due to this test, gallbladder & liver ok. See my internist again tomorrow, GI specialist 2 wks(his earliest). With ketones showing up, change in appearance of vomit, fevers,shaking chills(despite temp.
I took a drug called Xifaxin for about 10 days and it definitely reduced my stomach pain. I also tested positive for h.pylori and crypto. A Prevpac took care of that and my pain decreased some more. I suspect I had low levels of them for a long time, and when Lyme threw my system off, they were able to reproduce and cause pain.
I told the nurse that I was in extreme abdominal discomfort, nauseous and pain radiating toward my back from my stomach region. Well, somehow that triggered the "high risk heart alert" which got me checked in in record time, and EKG, blood work, and who knows what else. Eventually they ruled out my heart and I continued to feel incredibly nauseous despite the three doses of anti-nausea medicine they had put in my IV.
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.
I woke up on Saturday morning having a hard time breathing, within a couple of hours I was experiencing horrible body pain especially in my back and legs. had chills and a bad headache. A deep wet cough started early evening and through the night. Does any body know what this was?
I have been sick going on 5 days now. I went to E.R with horriable stomach pain. When it hurt it went all the way to my back. Doctor ran all kinds of test really found nothing wrong. I woke up the day after with same problem, but with a 99.0 fever and flu like symptoms and a really bad headache runny nose and chills and very very weak. Today i am not any better cant stay awake still have diarrhera and all the other symptoms.
This year I have been having bouts of severe stomach pain (center, bottom of ribcage) going straight through to my upper/middle back. I thought it may be food related, but it has happened after eating different types of foods (meat/not meat, various levels of greasiness as well). Also it tends to happen 5-12 hours after I eat, often waking me up at night. It usually lasts about an hour and consists of me curled up on the floor in a fetal position, but kneeling.
I'm 13 & I've had severe stomach problems for over a year now. I've gotten numerous amounts of tests done, & I'm always getting the same answers, "We can't find anything." I have these sharp pains all over my stomach, it feels like I'm being stabbed over & over again, the pain never goes away. Also, I get what I call "episodes" & the pain is unbareable, & the pain on a scale on 1-10 is beyond 10, & I scream because I'm in so much pain.
After the docs got his vomiting/diarreah settled down his pain just went to a dull pain on both sides just under his rib cage. It's just a dull pain which used to get much worse when he ate, but not anymore. He cannot drink alcohol however, if he has even just a few sips of any kind he will be very very ill for at least 3-4 days after.
I thought it was just a normal stomach ache but then the pain increased and he began vomiting and shaking (when vomiting). Afterwords he felt fine but every time he tries to eat anything, even something small, his stomach feels uneasy and he gets this sharp stabbing pain again and then he throws everything up. Today is still the same way. He tried eating a little bit of cereal and he feels like he wants to vomit.
Is Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome just a name slapped on a person who "throws up" for no apparent reason? Maybe my daughter has been misdiagnosed? There are some very specific factors that we have witnessed for 16 years - no drugs have been used for her symptoms or condition since she was 4, because frankly, nothing works.... I was just told about this site and immediately looked up what my daughter was diagnosed with back when she was 2 years old - CVS.
The last 5years I have been taking a combination of pain killers for a severe back problem. I have 3 herniated disks and was prescribed the following: Norco (10/325) - Fentanyl patch (100mg) - Diladid (4mg). Every day for the last 5 years I have been taking these meds, which are prescribed. 400 Norcos per mo. - 240 Diladid per mo. - 100mg patch every 48 hours Fentanyl.
This continued and didn't worsen until early May when I started experiencing light headedness, constant nausea, multiple loose stools, chills along with the gurgling stomach and fatigue. I went to the ER and Urgent Care (3) times and had a number of test conducted but all were negative except a stool test that indicated a possible fat digestion problem. I was sent to a specialist who conducted a colonoscopy and endoscope and and this too came back negative.
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