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Had cold. Feels heaviness in stomach, and gastric, loss of appetite, having normal stool, no vomiting, no fever

Hi, last week I had a bad cold. On Friday I started feeling a heaviness in my stomach with lots of gas. The feeling of gas is not as bad but I still have a discomfort in my abdomen . I also have had a loss of appetite but am still able to eat, but when I skip meals I don t feel hungry. I have given up coffee, soda , and chocolate but doesn t seem to make a difference. My stools are normal and no vomiting. No fever also. I also have had no massive weight gain . I do sometimes have sharp pain but it is not constant and passes quickly.
Tue, 25 Mar 2014
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Thank for asking to HCM
I can understand this, looking to the history given here this are the non specific type of complain, some time this could happens due to the digestion function disorders, but this comes around within couple of days and no need to worry about this even does not need any medicine for this hope this information helps you have nice day.
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