Stomach ulcer location of pain

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Avatar n tn Ball position? Can you say more about the location of pain? (upper-lower, right-left abdomen?) When did all this start? Is she taking any drugs? Anything other except pain? Night pain comes from gastritis (ulcer), urinary stones... Appendix would cause strong constant pain with vomiting. Gallbladder pain is worse after the meal.
Avatar n tn Viral gastroenteritis can lead to nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. The exact location of pain and other details will help in determining the accurate cause .Take light meals. Avoid spicy fried foods. If the symptoms are severe consult a gastroenterologist. Best of luck and regards!
Avatar f tn the morning before i traveled i experienced uncomfortable pain but nothing serious. a four on a scale of 1-10. the pain precised through my flight, especially when i hit turbulence. I arrived got a good nights rest went around the city. however when i went home i have half a kabob and now I've been in bed for six hours. some sleep some awake but the pain isn't going away. unlike the pain in the past (which was in one location) this pain is all over my abdominal.
Avatar n tn My 14 year old daughter is experiencing a lot of stomach pain and is missing a lot of school because of it. We have been to the Dr. several times and they don't seem to know what is wrong. The pains come from know where at times and are stronger after she eats any type of foods. can someone give me any suggestions? A few years ago I was diagnosed with Crohnes Disease is it possible that she could develop it? Thank You for any suggestions or answers.
Avatar n tn Does anyone know what the pain of stomach cancer feels like...sharp, dull, location, constant or intermittant? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Avatar f tn And depending on whether the stomach or duodenum is affected the location of pain can vary. Peptic ulcer pain is usually a burning pain. They commonly occur in the stomach and duodenum. Stomach ulcers cause pain on eating and duodenal ulcers cause pain on fasting (2-3 hrs after eating). Peptic ulcers are eroded areas in the lining of the digestive tract usually in the stomach and duodenum.
Avatar f tn Mine doesn't do a lot in the way of diagnosing but does treat the source of my pain. At least you could hope for some pain relief. And high time as well. 10 years is a long time to be in pain. Perhaps someone will recognize your symptoms. But do keep in mind that we are patients and not doctors. We're glad to welcome you to our forum. Please stick around. Perhaps one of our smart members will know what this is. Welcome!!
Avatar f tn The non ulcer dyspepsia is a fancy term for ulcer like stomach pain without an ulcer and no clear cause. Then I occasionally do show up with peptic ulcers, which I thought were from accidentally taking a migraine medication that had aspirin in it...but I've never been checked for the pylori bacteria. It's just annoying and frustrating. I've dealt with this for 15 years and seen several doctors.
Avatar n tn I've had stomach pain for over 3 months. Its location is just left of center, right below the rib cage. The best way to describe it is as a side ache in my stomach are. The severity can vary, but it doesn't seem to matter if I have food in my stomach or not. Sometimes the pain is pretty severe, at other times just a dull ache. But the pain/ache is always there, all day. Occasionally I have some reflux in my throat. My doctor tested me for the h. peori and it was negative.
Avatar n tn This often happens due to erosion of the lining of the wall of the stomach and the formation of an ulcer crater. Swollen lymph nodes (adenopathy) There are two sets of thoracic lymph nodes that are commonly affected: the hilar (where the bronchial tubes enter the lungs) and mediastinal (the region in the center of the chest just outside of the lungs). Gastritis Gastritis is inflammation of the wall of the stomach. This causes irritation and mild erosion, but no ulcer.
4001578 tn?1353610289 Hello, Pain in the upper part of the stomach or abdomen can be caused due to several causes. The location, intensity, frequency and timing of the pain is very important in determining the cause.Gastroesophageal reflux disease can cause burning sensation in the upper abdomen. Gall stones can lead to pain in upper right abdomen and pain between the shoulder blades or under the right shoulder. A fatty meal can trigger an attack. Peptic ulcer can lead to pain in abdomen, bloating and discomfort.
Avatar n tn I wondering if you could describe the pain/location/symtoms that you have felt/feel.
Avatar m tn There have been times when I have gotten off my routine (I haven't worked out for a week or so) and the pain goes away. It also depends on the kind of workout I do. When I strain my back/stomach or run on the treadmill for an extended period of time (30 - 60 min) the pain seems to invariably set in. In some of my longer runs (60+ min) I've had a little blood in my urine, which I've been told all my life is normal for distance runners.
Avatar m tn If you have this infection, and you don't cure it, you'll hardl get rid of bloating, hard swallowing and ulcer itself. Of course you can exercise, and if you get someone to talk with otr get involved in work you have or like, or in social life, it may also helps you to concentrate on other things. But still, you kinfda have to get diagnosis for eventual gastric infection with H. pylori.
Avatar n tn Various causes of dyspepsia can be evaluated for - including GERD, an ulcer or inflammation of the upper digestive tract. An upper GI series or upper endoscopy can be considered for initial evaluation. Esophageal spasm is also possible, and can be evaluated with esophageal motility studies. With the relation to food, you can also consider gastroparesis - or delayed gastric emptying. A gastric emptying scan would be the appropriate test to evaluate for this possibility.
Avatar n tn of which I've had five in the last year and a half of extreme stomach pain that is so very severe that I can't even explain it accompanied by extreme nausea and vomiting which lasts for a few hours. It is unbearable!!!! I don't notice any relation of the pain to food or not other than it sometimes seems to flare up after I eat but it doesn't matter what it is that I eat. I've had blood work for amylase, lipase and multiple other blood tests which have all be negative.
Avatar f tn My duaghter 21 years, was complaing on and off about pain on right side of stomach since 2010 , did abdominal ultra sound September 2010, without barium etc, noted as normal, however had pain on and off Recent scan 2/ 6/ 12 shows patchy calcification of liver this was done after taking oral barium, no IV contrast.
1012432 tn?1250879669 Hi Welcome to the forum! It depends on the location of the pain. Since you call it stomach, I assume the pain is in upper part of abdomen that is referred to the back. This can be due to duodenal ulcer, GERD, liver problems, pancreatitis, sub diaphragmatic abscess or gall bladder problems like stones. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining. Please discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Hope this helps.
1072053 tn?1255441962 Pylori would not be in my blood stream right, it would only be within the area of the stomach where heavy acids are, because that's where it harbors. So for that issue, is it possibly to have an ulcer without bacteria present, or it takes more then those 2 procedures such as a barium test, endoscopy, etc. I was a smoker for 5 years, and I know this is the cause of my ulcer. It's a bleeding ulcer, as my stool is always covered with red blood.
Avatar n tn Hi, It could be neuralgic pain due to an irritated or impinged nerve which can cause intermittent severe pain. Please go for an MRI of the brain to rule out structural abnormalities in the ear region of the head. An MRI of the cervical spine to exclude pinched nerves should also be done. Since you have long hours in front of the computers, it may be cause of the spinal nerve impingement due to neck strain. A consultation with a neurologist may be helpful to find out the cause.
Avatar f tn She had peridontitis from a ruptered ulcer in the part of her stomach that was bypassed. If you have this type of acute pain it is very, very important that you get to your surgeon immediately. The er doctors do not know what to look for. In all of her scans the ulcer did not show up. It only showed up in the autopsy. Go to your original surgeon.
Avatar f tn Hi Winters I am not a doctor but when I experienced symptoms similar to yours I went to my famly doctor and she said it was probably an ulcer or irritation of the lining of the stomach. She sent me to a specialist who performed an EGD - scope goes down the throat into the stomach and I was diagnosed with stomach ulcers. Once I started taking the meds for that, my pain and symptoms went away.
Avatar n tn told GERD or Non-Ulcer Dysepsia and Maybe another test will help? Appreciate your trials with tummy upset as well?
Avatar n tn I am 40,and female and in good health and have never had history of GERD but had been taking ibuprofen alot in week previous for back pain. I think I may have given myself esophagitis because I was taking 600mg ibuprofen in middle of night with only a sip of water. Some of the pills may have lodged in my esophagus until I got up in morning. Antacids seem to help some and cold foods seem to aggravate it.
Avatar f tn gov/ to learn about the location of research studies in need of participants, as well as their purpose and criteria for patient participation. New studies are being added every day to the database so you may wish to search it periodically. Finally, the NINDS online information on pain lists one or more health agencies that are sources of additional materials or referrals. You can access this list at http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/chronic_pain/chronic_pain.htm#Organizations.
Avatar n tn The need to use bathroom when pain occurs could indicate IBS especially if you find relief of pain following bowel movements. Since the location of pain is typical of peptic ulcer disease an upper Gi endoscopy may be done to rule out peptic ulcer disease.
Avatar m tn i'll try to explain, when i release my stomach (not hold in my belly) and i get jared either by a hard step of certain movement, i have a very sharp pain across my abdomen. the pain is just below my sternum/rib cage and goes sideways across my abdomen, it only lasts a few seconds. then every now and then its like a spasm at the same location just below my sternum, dead center chest/abdomen.
Avatar m tn While burning pain can indicate stomach problems (an ulcer or gastritis), the location of the pain leads one to have concern about your liver as the source of the pain. If the liver is not functioning normally you can have increased gas. If the pain is episodic and related to food consumption (especially fried or fatty foods) then gallstone disease could be a cause. On the other hand, a constant burning pain would also make us suspicious for liver inflammation, or hepatitis.
Avatar n tn At this moment as I write this I feel fine, the symptoms of the ulcer/GERD have retreated and have not bothered me so far. The only pain is the pain I get in the back of my head. But you guys have given me some great input, thank you. If anyone else has some suggestions would appreciate it as it may take some time for my doctor to make room for me.