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Have burning pain in stomach after eating. Losing weight. What treatment should be done?

I have burning pain in my stomach after I eat. Most of the time it is on the left side under the rib cage refleting into my back and going down intestines. In 7 months I have lost 55lb. There is diagnosis for me. What is your advise? I was in a hospital for 20 days. Doctors run on me all kinds of tests, but no results. I am ready to try the treatment out of country, but do not know where to go
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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You have lost a lot of weight and that is not normal without any ailments.
Please consult gastro enterologist and get a check up with all the tests required to reach a proper diagnosis that will explain your symptoms and loss of weight. Besides endoscopy examination of stomach /duodenum /intestine you need tests to rule out any endocrine disorder like diabetes/thyroid disorder etc .A thorough medical check up in a multi disciplinary hospital of repute will help you.
hope you get well soon .
Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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