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Stomach pain everyday,very weak,lost appetite

HI MY NAME IS AAAAAAA AND I HAVE PAIN IN MY STOMACH EVERYDAY AND IT MAKE ME SO WEAK SOME TIME IT STARTS IN THE MORNING WHEN ITS TIME FOR ME TO GO TO SCHOOL I M ALWAYS LATE FOR SCHOOL BECAUSE I LAY DOWN UNTIL THE PAIN GOES AWAY...FINALLY IN SCHOOL IT COMES BACK AGAIN IT FEELS LIKE I WANT TO EAT SOMETIME BUT WHEN I START EATING I NO LONGER WANT MY FOOD...SOMETIME I DON T KNOW WHAT TO EAT IT S JUST SEEM LIKE AT THE MOMENT I WANT IT THEN MY APPETITE JUST LEAVE SO HAVENT BEEN EATING LIKE USUALLY...
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Hi Delronisha.

Thanks for the query.

Do you have nausea, vomiting, constipation or loose stools ?

Does the pain relieve on eating food ?

There could be many causes for this kind of pain. Commonly gastritis, gall bladder problems, menstrual pain etc. can cause this.

Usually in gastritis the pain is in the upper abdomen and associated with nausea. It can increase with starvation and decrease with eating food. Spicy food, smoking, alcohol can cause more pain.

Try to eat more of yoghurt and bland food, plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Drink plenty of water. Avoid junk food, caffeine, colas and crash or severe dieting.
If eating yoghurt and curds do not relieve the pain, it is advisable to consult a Gastroenterologist to rule out Stomach ulcers, Gall bladder problems.

You can take Capsule Omeprazole for relief from gastritis. It is to be taken as 20mg capsule for adult, twice a day, half an hour before a meal.

Wishing speedy recovery.

Regards,

Answered: Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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ENT Specialist Dr. Ravinder Sharma's  Response
Hello Reneec I am Dr Sharma On the basis of the info provided it appears you will need a consultation from a internal medicine doctor or a family medicine doctor. A detailed history taking and examination and a lab work up will help us to come down to a most probable diagnosis. Your symptoms are suggestive of gastrointestinal, hepatic , renal or a somatoform disorder. As soon as we have the findings of the work u we can think of the treatment options. I hope this answers your concerns. Do let me know if i can help you further in this regard Look forward to hear form your side Ravinder Sharma
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