I had an upperendoscopy just over a week ago. Having pain and discomfort just below my sternum, a constant tightness, and it is especially bad after eating and drinking. Have had endoscopy 3 prior times ...
BUT SINCE IT WAS MILD I USED TO TAKE RANTAC BUT LAST MONTH I I GOT MY UPPERENDOSCOPY DONE AND FOUND ... PAIN PERSIST PAIN START ONLY WHEN I TAKE SOME FOOD AND IN AFTERNOON AFTER 4PM AS IF SOMETHING ...
I had a upperendoscopy performed two days ago. The GI specialist took 2 biopsies of my stomach (checking for celiac ). The night of the procedure i attempted to eat some ice cream but I bagan having ...
Hi Dr., My 12 year old son is scheduled an upperendoscopy for tomorrow morning, but he is been ... can cancel the Endoscopy if we need to. He has Chrons and has been having a flare up, we think. Should ...
A 32 years female vomit in morning time after drinking water since 2 years she has severe headache and irregular menstrual cycle with loss of little amount of blood her upperendoscopy is normal and all other ...
Severe pain in right and left side of stomach and right and left side of back with severe bleeding what could it be? Please help! Been doctos and there no help
It may be related with gastric problems like hemorrhagic ulcer, gastric tumor, acute pancreatitis. need to be evaluated from ER with upperendoscopy and more.
found blood in my stool, it was quite soft and had red all the way through it, havent eaten anything red and have burning feeling in stomache mostly at night.
Dear Ms Robinson,
The most important thing that need sto be ruled out is the possibility of a peptic ulcer, given the bleeding and the burning symptoms. It will be important for you to be seen in Clinic, make sure your blood level is stable and consider providing a medication for acid, while thinking about the possibility of an upperendoscopy.
Dr Brenes-Salazar MD
I have been suffering from stomach burning since 12 years, its coming oftenly when I took spicy food and if I think deeply.
Your symptoms are suggestive of gastritis. Seen its long standing duration, it could be chronic gastritis.
I will suggest that you get consulted and probably benefit from an upperendoscopy and biopsy to test for H. pylori infection. For now, avoiding foods and drugs that make your symptoms occur would be helpful. Treatment would be adapted according to findings.
Dr. Ditah, MD
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