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Pain above belly button, tingling in feet and calves, tastes bad, endoscopy, PH test, allergy tests negative. Hypochondriac?

I have a pain just above my tummy button and I have also experienced tingling in my feet and calves. For some months I have experienced a bad taste in mouth. I have felt awful for 18 months now and have had endoscopy , PH test, allergy tests but all think people honk I am a hyperchondriac but I really do feel I ll. I cannot sit without being in discomfort.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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You could be suffering from dyspepsia. Avoid all spicy and oily food. Take your meals on time. You may take omez 20 mgm for 2 weeks. I hope you are not obese in which case you shoud get checked for paraumbilical hernia. Tingling and numbness may not be related to the pain in the abdomen. You have not mentioned your age. With age there are degenerative changes in the spine which sometimes may cause compressive neuropathy for which you should consult a orthopaedic surgeon or a neurosurgeon.
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