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Pain in stomach due to gastroesophageal reflux - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi I'm feeling something weird on my right tummy
Doctor :   Hello
Doctor :   may i know your age and gender please ?
User :   I'm went to see a doctor, and she said it wasn't the appendix
User :   24 m
Doctor :   tell me how you feel ?
User :   I usually feel it when I stay up late
User :   I feel like something it swallen
User :   swollen
User :   around my appendix area
User :   so, if it's not the appendix what is it?
Doctor :   is there any pain ?
User :   no...just weird
User :   I did a ultra scan
User :   but the technician told me that I should get a CT scan instead
User :   what is CT scan?
Doctor :   any vomiting ?
User :   no
User :   it usually happens when I'm worried
User :   and stay up late
User :   around 12am...
User :   usually
Doctor :   its just localized at that area ?
User :   i don't have this problem until i have to stay up late alot for this project
User :   yeap
User :   hernia maybe?
Doctor :   its rare in your age
Doctor :   more over a ultra sound would have picked it
User :   so what do you suggest?
User :   really, she said I'm fine...
Doctor :   is it after of before food?
User :   after food
Doctor :   ok i want you to do something
User :   okay
Doctor :   i want you to take a medicine , its called as PRILOSEC 20 mg
Doctor :   one tab before dinner for 14 days
Doctor :   it will be helpful
User :   what is that for?
Doctor :   its for Gastroesophageal Reflux
User :   ulcer?
User :   okay....
Doctor :   it is the most common cause
Doctor :   esp you told me from your history
User :   alrighty
User :   and another thing....
Doctor :   like after food and when you work late
User :   right
Doctor :   so it will help you
User :   I'm thinking to do a body checkup
User :   and I'm gay
User :   and I'll get aroused by anything
User :   and never wants to do it
User :   ....
Doctor :   ok
User :   have you ever experience patients like us?
Doctor :   sure you can get a body check up
User :   it's embarrassing
Doctor :   dont worry i am doc
Doctor :   we see every type
User :   okay...just want to make sure
Doctor :   there is nothing to be embarrassed about
Doctor :   its ok
User :   well, i'll have pre cum so fast
User :   but thanks.
Doctor :   so you have premature ejaculation ?
User :   yea,
Doctor :   i can help you with that
User :   when I'm naked infront of a guy...
User :   no, you have answered my question
User :   i just feel weird do a check up for that reason
Doctor :   no thats fince
Doctor :   fine
User :   thanks!
User :   what is CT scan?
Doctor :   i am glad i was able to help you
Doctor :   CT scanning combines special x-ray equipment with sophisticated computers to produce multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body. These cross-sectional images of the area being studied can then be examined on a computer monitor, printed or transferred to a CD.
User :   okay, so should I get that?
Doctor :   you can but try the medication i told you first
User :   or after the PRILOSEC?
User :   okay
User :   thanks
Doctor :   your welcome
User :   have a good day
Doctor :   Is there anything else i can help you with ?
User :   I think I'm good for now.
User :   Thank you
Doctor :   you too
Doctor :   BYE
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