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Having pain in lower stomach, gastric, feeling nausea, pressure in rectum, sweating. What to do?

at 5 am this morning i was waken by pain in my lower stomach which felt like back up gas needing to be released but the pain worsen and i got out of bed, then sat in the restroom started feeling nausea , then a sweat all over my body happened,we looking pale,and felt pressure in my rectum like a boel stuck, after 10 min it stopped and i was able to return to bed but still have a lil discomfort,nausea, and still feel the pressure in my rectum
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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thanks for query
i think u were suffering gastroenteritis
better to have an antibiotic coarse
please donot take any antimotility or antisecretory drugs
for crampy pain abdomen u may take spasmoproxyvon or drotin tablets
need to take plenty of water
for nausea should take domstal 10 mg
give ur stomach rest
take bland diet until u get well
need not to worry
do a routine stool xamination
thank u
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