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Ultrasound scan of pelvis and abdomen show 2 dark patches, suffer bloating, heartburn, nausea. What could be the cause ?

Hi I went for an ultrasound scan of my pelvis and abdomen . I saw 2 dark patch during the scan, what is that lightly to be? I m constantly suffer from bloated tummy after eating or before eating. I am experience heart burn everyday. sometime feel vomiting and nausea, also headaches occured just from yesterday. before the result comes back to me by this week, I would like to know what should I expect to hear.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms are suggestive of gastritis with regurgitation which can be due to multiple causes , one of the probable cause is hiatus hernia.

the two dark patch that you have mentioned on your ultrasound is a non specific finding and its better you wait for the result.

Till then you could start on an oral antacid (pantoprazole 40mg once daily before food) , have light food, small frequent meals, walk around for sometime after meals , stop coffee, tea, have cold milk and use two pillows while sleeping.
Answered: Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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