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Abdominal/back pain with burning and pressure. I vomit and have nausea during pain

I have burning and pain that starts in my abdomen and radiates to the back.There is pressure like labor contractions. I vomit and have nausea during pain. It is difficult to breathe in or out during an attack.I m on no fat diet, mostly soup, veggies, and fruit. I have had several since early January. I went to the hospital thinking gallstones, but ultrasound came out good. They are now treating me for ulcers, I m taking Prilosec and still having pains with vomiting and nausea. I ve dropped ten pounds because most food makes me sick on the stomach. The pain varies in intensity and length. Can you help?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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I think you must get it investigated more thoroughly,as to me it don`t appear simple ulcer.So go for CT/MRI abdomen to find the cause & get it treated .It can be pancreatic problem also.So second opinion & more investigation is the right choice.Disclaimer
Answered: Sat, 26 Mar 2011
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