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Stomach Pain
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An_201569 posted:
Everyday I wake up with stomach cramps, nausea, and a headache. I go to see a gastro on the 17th. When I was 15 I was diagnosed with a hiatel hernia.
Would the hernia be causing all this? What is going on?

Or is it more of a OB problem?
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An_201570 responded:
Needless to say I havent been eating much. I eat 1 meal a day, at dinner because I feel decent enough to eat, otherwise Im to nauseaous to.
 
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alvarado10 replied to An_201570's response:
Is your pain in your upper or lower stomach? I had upper stomach pain for six months but during that time graduing improving. I had a endoscopy done only to find mild inflammation.
 
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hellos245 replied to alvarado10's response:
Both, underneath my ribs and lower abdomen. I had an endoscope 9 years ago, and found a hernia.
 
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alvarado10 replied to hellos245's response:
I would ask for a ultrasound for any possible gallstone or kidney stones first. If thats clear ask your gastro for another endo or colonscopy.
 
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hellos245 replied to alvarado10's response:
Will do. Its just hard because I have no insurance.


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