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Loose motion , slight abdiminal pain, gas and burning in the stomach due to Hepatic Hemangioma

Hi Doctor , I am a male, 48 years old, I am diagnosed by CT Scan with 2 Hepatic Hemangioma , measuring about 2x2.1x2. Since last one and half month I am suffering from loose motion , slight abdiminal pain, gas and burning in the stomach and during motion. My question is about the treatment option and if there is any risk in the long run. Is this stomach disorder is due to this hemangioma? please advise. My height is 5 fit 5 inch.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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Hello and welcome to healthcare forum.
Your hepatic hemangioma never produces such type of symptoms so dont think that it has any relation with your present complains and your present problem is mostly due to some gastro intestinal infection and will be cured by antibiotics under medical supervision.
You does not require any further treatment for this hemangiomas at present or in future as it will not cause any problem.
Best wishes for your health.
Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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