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Stage 3 congestive heart failure, severe stomach pain, fever, weakness, weight loss. Is it associated with congestive heart failure?

my 52 year old husband is in stage 3 congestive heart failure and for 2-3 days he has been complaining about severe stomach pain so much that it makes it hard for him to move he also has a slight fever off and on, and is very weak. He does not seem to be bloated in fact he is losing weight quick. I am wondering if this is associated with the CHF. He thought at first that it was a stomach flu but I have had stomach flu and not like that.
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

     Congestion of liver from right heart failure may cause abdominal pain...
     Fatigue could be from fever, drugs, failure (low output)...
     Weight loss and fever needs aggressive investigation for a treatable cause.
     He needs examination and investigation by Internist / Cardiologist...

Take care     
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 11 Aug 2013
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