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Suffering from stomach pain on eating food, drinking water, continuous pain. Causes?

Morning sir, this is XXXXXX, may i kindly ask a query about the stomach pain? my father which is 56 year old having this problem. when pain arises? when he was taking any one thing just like food, water or ny thing the pain is arises and remains continuously throughout. what was the reason , please suggest me . we are belong to XXXX.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Dear Dilip,hello.
If stomach pain of your father increases on eating food, it suggests Duodenal Ulcer as one of the commonest cause.Whenever food passes over the ulcer, it causes stimulation resulting in pain.
Other causes are:-
mesentric insufficiency
Gastric cancer
It is suggested that have an Endoscopy done. This will help in confirming the diagnosis.
If Duodenal Ulcer is the cause, get medication for H.Pylori, if any and antacids.
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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