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I have an upset stomach every morning.

I have an upset stomach every morning for the past year and im always tired Every morning for the past few month I get an upset stomach after eating . I m a 40 yr old female who is not pregnant . But the problem started a few months ago when I was pregnant and had morning sickness, I ve since lost the pregnancy but not the morning sickness . I ve tried every number of different breakfast foods, all with the same results. I was tested for celiac disease a few years ago with a negative result. Has one else had this problem ?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Jan 2011
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Your problem seems mostly like Peptic Ulcer which is also called commonly the stomach ulcer.

Maybe it started showing first when you were pregnant, and pregnant women tend to develop upset stomach because of two reasons:
1) a big uterus pushing the stomach up and
2) the stomach muscles not pushing food down because pregnancy hormones relaxing them.

You could also be having stones in your gall bladder or injury to pancreas called pancreatitis. But the most common condition is Stomach Ulcer" for which you need it be treated properly. So please don't delay your doctor appointment because " it doesn't go by itself" and it can get worse.
Answered: Mon, 10 Jan 2011
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