What does burning sensation in abdomen and tiredness indicate ?
Burning sensation in my abdomen and more tired than normal. Should I be concerned and go to the doctor? I am a 28 year old female. Never been preganant but trying to concieve. Have food intolerences to dairy and eggs and try to keep them out of my diet. For the past 2-3 days I have been abnormally tired and my abdomen has felt full, bloated, and has kind of a burning sensation. i have my fair share of stomach fullness, bloating , and pain when I was still eating a lot of dairy..but since watching my diary intake, it hasn t been that way for awhile. I have not lost my appetite, have not vomited, and have not had a fever that I know of. I did have a mild sore throat as well but it seems to be quite better today. Is this something I should be worried about and how long should I wait to see if it passes or go to the doctor? Thanks for your time.
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Firstly there could be a chance you had some diary product by mistake.Secondly all these symptoms suit with with Gastroesophageal reflux.You could be having dyspepsia.I advise you to take timed food avoiding spicy items.take lots of water .You can take an antacid like Pantoprazole or Ranitidine to reduce the symptoms.
If you have missed your period there could be chances of pregnancy and these symptoms associated.
It is always advisable to visit your Doctor and get these drugs prescribed after examination.
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