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Abdominal pain. Taking birth control, not pregnant. Family history of stomach ulcers. Treatment?

I m having a lot of middle abdominal pain ulcers run in my family it hurts so bad I cry and cry I can barley walk and I know I can t be pregnant I m on birth control and it also feels like contractions I just had a baby almostseven months ago I can t handle this pain its been going on for about three days now and I ve been able to bear it until now please help me!
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi. If this is really such pain then you need to do gastroscopy and other endoscopic procedures.
If it is associated with fever, fatigue and muscle guarding then go to ER.
Try to avoid food that triggers pain. It can also be gallbladder disorder ,not just gastritis. You should do US of abdomen to rule this out. There is no need to suffer. Intensive,persistant pain is a sign of something,especially if regular analgetics didnt help.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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