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I am a 18 year old male. I have very severe stomach pains maybe once a month, but they are not your average stomach pain. The pain is unbareable and last for about 5-7 hours. Along with the pain comes vomiting and sweats. My family doctor can't seem to find the problem. What do you suggest??
I just finished my two years of tamoxifen and start my arimidex this week. I recently developed severe stomach pains with cramps, diarrhea and what feels like acid indigestion that has lasted for almost a week. Everything I swallow with the exception of water, makes me hurt terribly. We were in Costa Rica when it started so my G.P. thinks it's either a parasite or a staff infection. I wondered if it could be from my chemo and radiation treatments.
No other pains under sternum or stomach pains (always mild) disappeared. In mid March 03 I started having mild stomach pains in the lower left quad of stomach & sometimes in upper right quad of stomach. Very mild & sporadic but come & go. The pain sometimes feels like a joggers side cramp.The pain occurs mostly when I am sitting. Some back ache when sitting but very mild. No blood in stools, no weight loss,no fatique, no vomiting or nausea & normal BM schedule.
I had a milk allergy when I was a child and the vomiting and stomach pain were two of my main symptoms - I also had horrible headaches and leg pains. My allergy has gotten much better, however, I still find that I have trouble if I consume too much dairy at a time - headache, dizziness, upset stomach - so I have to be careful about how much I consume. Ty[ically I cannot have a glass of milk and an ice cream in the same day or I'll feel sick.
Go to the doctor I don't know what the symptoms are, but when I hear this started after a chicken sandwich I think about salmonella. In general, salmonella symptoms begin with nausea and vomiting and progress to abdominal pains and diarrhea. Additional signs and symptoms include fever, chills and muscle pains, and can last anywhere from several days to two weeks.
Hi, I'm a 24 year old Male from Singapore. I have had stomach pains for the past two days as a result of eating curry. The pain is most prominent at the solar plexus. Also, with this stomach ache comes back pains at the same level around the solar plexus. This has happened many times before and vomiting the contents of my stomach will solve the problem, but not this time. This time the pain is aggravated. I tried to soothe my tummy with warm water too, but that didn't help too.
Starting a few weeks ago, after I eat, maybe about 45 minutes to an hour I start to get stomach pains that are around the middle of the stomach and to the right side. When I was at the doc last week he did some pressing on my stomach and I had some pain on the right side. So, he sent me to have an ultrasound check the gallbladder to rule out stones. The ultrasound came back normal. Every test I have is normal, yet I feel really sick. Also I feel very tired like all I want to do is sleep.
Almost two years ago we took him to the ER because he was having severe stomach pains and diarrhea. They were afraid it was his appendix so they did a CT scan. It turned out to be nothing. It was almost as if he just had bad gas that caused his stomach pains because shortly after the scan he started to pass gas and said he felt better. Since then he has continued to have stomach problems that vary. They used to occur once every few months, and now they seem to be occuring a few times a month.
The abdominal pains are all over my stomach area (not concentrated to the right). The pain comes and goes - it is sometimes quite bad, but AFTER eating it seems to be pretty much gone. The pain is NOT intensified by pressing the stomach area. The pain is hard to describe. It feels like cramp/bloated/trapped gas feeling. My stomach often makes rumbly/bubbly noises. My MAJOR concern is appendicitis - as I know how important it is to get the appendix taken out before it bursts.
So we went back to the doctor and they said that it was indigestion and put me on Prevacid, it worked for about a week then my pains became more severe. I had terrible pains throughout my entire abdomen, cramping, diarrhea, and nausea. I had lost my appetite completely. It is to the point where anything I put in my mouth causes me severe pain. So we went back to the doctor and they ordered a blood test and an ultrasound.
I am sorry you are still not feeling better. It could be a 24 to 48 hour stomach flu. The symptoms match it perfectly. If you still aren't feeling better by Monday, I think it is best to go in to see the doctor. Some women get ill during ovulation too. But, it may just be a coincidence that both of you woke up sick at the same time. I hope you both feel better soon. Keep us updated. Take care.
I breezed through the first few wks with just a few aches, This week I have been having sharp stomach pains and last night I was incapacitated with diarrhea and vomiting. Is this normal? Are there any OTC products that could help with these symptoms?
Im 34yrs male my stomach pains in the night unbearably with continous vomiting throught the night from last 3days .My sonography is also normal as per my doctor .im a nonsmoker no alcoholic .Plz help This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/794906'>Cronic stomach pain</a>.
Hello My daughter has had stomach pains with vomiting and to the point of running her to the emergency room all the time this has been going on for YEARS now and well she is now 16 and still has the same issues, the doctors have said it could be acid reflux , she has had EVERY test and exam and changed her diet and it has got to the point that my daughter cant even go to school due to ALWAYS being sick, it hurts me so much to see my daughter in so much pain and tofeel helpless.
I had heart issues triggered by consuming food, which they diagnosed as stomach problems for a year. However, my symptoms were different. Around 15 mins after eating, I would get severe chest pains, and I mean severe. I would vomit and I would be as white as a sheet. This would last about 20 minutes and then settle.
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!
my mother is 85 years old and woke up at 4am today with strong stomach cramps and vomiting (no diarrhea but not constipaed). she has vomited several times today, and had a fever for awhile (which is now gone). she also has a bloated stomach which is painful to the touch and has strong to severe throbbing pain. is about 5'1" and weighs about 90 lbs. had her aortic valve replaced with calf valve about 10 years ago (fyi). i gave her some rehydration powder which she is taking with water.
From that day on, I've had strange stomach aches/pains. Not to a point where it's so painful that I don't want to move or do anything, just strange pains right around the naval, spreading short to the the left or right (more so left) and below; tonight it feels as if someone is poking me really hard right where the breast bone splits (about 4" above naval). During the first week and a half I sometimes felt bloated, my stool stayed loose (fiberous) and a pail-yellowish color.
She felt much better for two days. She became very ill again. She was vomiting and appeared to heave a fever. She also has flank pains. I took her to a clinic in the small town we live in. They put two more bags in her and took stomach xrays and another round of blood tests and another UA. The doctor here couldn't tell her anything. He said that everything came back normal. He has no idea but there is something obviously wrong.
hi i am 6 months out of gastric ypass surgery i actually see my dr the end of aug for the past 8 day i have had really bad stomach pains on the upper left side of the stomach under the breast .. not in the lowerpart my daughter had the same surgery 1 yr ago and says it is just gas... to date i have lost 60 pounds she lost 130.. feeling great except for this pain someoe tell me its just GAS...i will certainly tell my dr when i visit or i will prob just call to comfirm it.. thanks for listening..
experience persistent symptoms (nausea, vomiting, early satiety, weight loss) for longer than three months; and have no obstruction, metabolic disease, systemic illness, surgery, or use of antimotility medication. Viral serology, can be used too, if it is available. Gastric Emptying Assessment Gastric scintigraphy is the best method for diagnosing delayed gastric emptying. A 4-hour test which has the patient eat low-fat egg meals (egg substitute) is standard.
About 5 days after the colonoscopy I began have light to mild stomach pains. Varations of 1 to 4 out of 10 on the pain scale. Comes and goes, but comes many times. Never had these pains ever before the colonoscopy. Pain moves around. No fever. No vomiting. Never intense. I was scared of perforation - but I assume I would have felt more symptoms or intense pain by now. It has lasted a week now. It doesn't feel like gas. Could it be an infection? Diverticulitis caused by the colonoscopy?
So for a while now, every time I wake up in the morning on my back, I feel as though my stomach has sunken down and I have to flex my stomach muscles to push my stomach out again. And while I do that it gives me this very uncomfortable pain as I try to bring everything back to normal. I don't know if this is common or not, but every morning it just feels as though my stomach is sunk in and it hurts really bad. I have in the past had signs of dyspepsia.
I have sharp upper stomach pains ,it feels like I'm starving,severly achy back, slight fever 99.3, have to pee every hour or half an hour. feel like throwing up but don't. I have had it twice, a month in between. Both times it has lasted from 6 at night til 1 in morning then slight ferver for a few days. I've had my blood tested and waiting for results. Could it be some weird virus that i've gotten twice or similar strain or is it more serious?
The only way to tell for sure is with a colonoscopy. Stomach pain, vomiting and fever are signs of IBD as well. I recommend you get to a talented IBD GI doc before it gets any worse. Lee.
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