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Have bloating, burning in stomach, back pain and blood in tissue. Doctor suspects Ulcer. Cause?

For the last two yeara i have been having up and downs with my stomach. Extreme bloating . At first diagnosed with ibs . Then once a month. A burning in my stomach Before it went away. But the other day i thought was a pulled muscle. I could feel burning in my stomch and a very bad throbbing pain in my back. I could not sleep and kept taking anti inflamotoriea and pain killers. I was in tears . Early the next morning my gp could not tell. And gave my a pain killer inj which only helped fpr an hour. Later went to anpther doc whp suspects its an ulca and gave me nexium . Today i have been light headed and weak.and now anus itchy a lil and stinging a bit also bright red blood on tissue. ?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query.

Stomach burning and back pain can be caused by gallstones or acute pancreas inflammation. However both this condition should give also nausea and vomiting.
Peptic ulcers are also possible. But it does not give back pain.
If you doctor suspects peptic ulcer, he should perform gastroscopy. Its because stomach cancer can give very same symptoms.
Anus itching and bright red blood in the tissue is most likely caused by hemorrhoids. It is usually caused by constipation and hard pushing on the stool.
Constipation and bloating can indicate serious large intestine disease, especially if you are over the age of 50. Please visit general surgeon or proctologist for rectal examination and consider colonoscopy.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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