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Constant nausea, cannot eat more food, pain, tenderness, fullness of the stomach, blood in stool, constipation turned to diarrhoea. Cancer?

Very worried about daughter (33 yrs old) with following symptoms: constant nausea , cannot eat more than one or two bites & feels full, stomach (top) pain & tenderness, has started seeing blood in stool , constipation has turned to diarrhea.... endoscopy has been scheduled for 8-7-12. Have a cousin who had same is termial w/ pancreatic cancer .
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Your daughter should undergo Upper GI endoscopy along with colonoscopy to rule out gastro intestinal cancer.
She should also do CT scan of whole abdomen.
Aldo do stool for occult blood.
T.Reglan 10 mg thrice daily before food for nausea.
Syr mucaine gel 2 tsf before food for stomach fullness.
T.Pause 500 mg thrice daily after food for blood in stool.
T.Imodium 2 mg 2 hrly for diarrhea.
T.Paracod twice daily for stomach pain.

Regards and take care.
Answered: Sat, 28 Sep 2013
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