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Acute Gastritis symptoms - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I am having really bad upper left quadrant pain that is going into my back. It is burning into my chest and throat also. Not sure what it is. Tried doing tums and my pain meds. Not working. I am also taking aciphex daily.                                                   
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   May I know your age & gender?
User :   female, 24 years old
Doctor :   there are a lot of causes for this
Doctor :   Right from the very serious heart attack to a mild acid reflux
User :   i thought it may just be my acid problem, but the pain isn't going away with pain meds or tums
User :   i have had stomach problems since i had my gall bladder removed last June
Doctor :   yes, you thought right
User :   i have been to the doctors for the last 9 months constantly
User :   very expensive
User :   in the process of scheduleing stomach emptying test
User :   today has been really bad pain though
User :   and my oxycodone i take and acid meds are not helping
User :   what do you think i should do?
Doctor :   You may need a H pylorin eradication
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