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16 year old with stomach pain after eating. Reason?

Hi Doctor, I m a 5 3, 16 year old female and my stomach has been hurting off and on for the last 3 days. When I lie down on my stomach and layer blankets onto myself the pain goes away. However, as soon as I change my position or get out of bed, my stomach cramps up about 2/3 inches above my belly button. It s not menstrual cramps, I know that for sure. My house is kind of cold , about 60°F and as soon as my body realizes that my stomach/upper abdominals? cramp up and I just crawl back into bed. It happens when I eat too, my stomach cramps up.. But then again my kitchen is always really cold. This doesn t happen at school and has only happened for the last three days. It isn t constant, but near too it.. Please advise me if you can.
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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The pain may be due to pancreatic diasease that is localized at the sirte where you mentioned pain.
The pain is localized to an area where the junction of stomach and esophagus that hurts in gastriesophageal reflux disease that can respond to antacids.
It may be due to any disease involving the small intestine.
You should have an Ultrasound abdomen to rule out any major problem
If the Ultrasound report is normal than just take antacids and spasmolytics such as Spasfon for 03 days.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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