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What causes intermittent pain and rashes on left abdomen?

My pain is in the middle of my stomach, about 2 inches diameter. It feels superficial, not internal organs. There is a small rash breakout below and to the left of where the pain is, seems unrelated. The pain comes and goes, but it did just get worse right after dinner. It does not feel like a muscle strain. Very mysterious.
Mon, 25 Apr 2016
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Hello dear welcome to HealthcareMagic
Regarding your experience with pain at the middle of your stomach that wax and wean as well as get worse after dinner I am suggesting strongly that you have a peptic ulcer disease

In view of this please do an endoscopy to rule out this condition

Meanwhile please see a gastroenterologist specialist with the result and for further expect clinical assessment and adequate drug prescription

Meanwhile please take some antacids pending your appointment

Regarding your rashes along the upper
abdomen spreading to the left I am suggesting you see a dermatologist specialist for expert management due to it is not related to your pain episode

I hope this helps Regards
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What causes intermittent pain and rashes on left abdomen?

Hello dear welcome to HealthcareMagic Regarding your experience with pain at the middle of your stomach that wax and wean as well as get worse after dinner I am suggesting strongly that you have a peptic ulcer disease In view of this please do an endoscopy to rule out this condition Meanwhile please see a gastroenterologist specialist with the result and for further expect clinical assessment and adequate drug prescription Meanwhile please take some antacids pending your appointment Regarding your rashes along the upper abdomen spreading to the left I am suggesting you see a dermatologist specialist for expert management due to it is not related to your pain episode I hope this helps Regards