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Have back pain, bloating in stomach, tummy cramps and feeling sick. No medication. What to do?

Hi, i have been having terrible bloating were my tummy will push out up to 3 times its normal size, tummy cramps, back ache and feeling very sick. It does happen everyday but its starting to happen most days now. This week i have been getting a little breathless. I changed my diet over a week ago to gluten and wheat free as my sister has celiak disease. I had an awful attack last night and got really scared as i could not control the pain. The tummy cramps were tight for a few minutes then release but my back felt like it was going to cave in. The pain went away after nearly 2 hours and this morning i just feel really tender??

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Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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The bloating of the abdomen with cramps in the abdomen are likely to be related to an intestinal infection. If the symptoms are persistent then celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, etc also need to be ruled out after proper tests.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Fri, 3 May 2013
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