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Why am I having stomach pain after eating blueberries post partial hysterectomy?

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My wife has sever stomach pain (cramping) she's not vomiting bust has nausea
Posted Mon, 6 Jan 2014 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Rahul Tawde 56 minutes later
Brief Answer: Kindly send in the requested medical data.... Detailed Answer: Hi, Before running to conclusions, I'd like to have more of your wife's medical data: - her age - has she got the period's of this month? - did she eat anything unusual recently? - is she also feeling bloated or/and gasy? - has she suffered of constipation recently? - is she having the cramps after eating or throughout the day? - has she had fever recently? - has she got changes in her vaginal discharge? - does she have trouble (pain, burning) while urinating? Looking forward to kindly have the requested data! Dr.Bardha
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Follow-up: Why am I having stomach pain after eating blueberries post partial hysterectomy? 35 minutes later
Dr. Sejdini, My wife is 43 years old, Her Uterious was removed, a partial hysterectomy in 2012. She felt this pain in her stomach after eating blueberries this am. no ferver, no vaginal discharge and no pain urinating.
Answered by Dr. Rahul Tawde 9 hours later
Brief Answer: Please refer to the following suggestions... Detailed Answer: Hi, If she has been fine before taking blueberries and feel stomach pain after eating blueberries; it could be related. I am slightly concerned with here. Ideally I would like her being examined and if needd should have a gastric lavage done. I would suggest that you visit an ER/urgent care clinic for examination and lavage. If ER / urgent care visit is not feasible, then I'd advise to give her plenty of warm water (up to 3 liter) at once. Thus, vomiting will be provoked and she will empty her stomach from blueberries that made her feeling unwell. She will be fine after that; give her after vomiting some water with sugar and little lemon juice (not too much) and make her rest. After 1 our after vomiting, you can give her acetaminophen, and make her drink water or lemon juice only. Avoid giving heavy meals. All the best! Let me know if you need further assistance! Dr.Bardha
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