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Persistent lower back pain, nausea, dull abdominal pressure. History of actopic breast. Grandmother had cancer. Advice?

Hi I have persistant low back pain present for one year, past two months I have lost over 10lbs and feel nauseous and have a hard time eating. I am easily fatigued. I bruise easily. All my labs are normal. I have a dull abdominal pressure that feels like its pushing up on diaphram and rib cage. First dr did not know what was wrong, new dr thinks its gastritis, the medication is not helping. I am 31 yr old female with history of actopic breast tissue and fibrocystic breasts. My grandma just died from ovarian cancer. I am 5'9 and now weigh 110 pounds. I really think something is wrong and I have cancer
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. Symptoms you have mentioned are mostly related to gastritis but as the medications are not working for you at present you need to go for a scan in my opinion. You can also consult a gastroenterologist for better opinion.Thank you.
Answered: Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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