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What would cause stomach pain after eating?

Posted 15 Aug 2012 by Prissy713 10 answers

What could be medically wrong if your stomach hurts after eating? I was told it could be an ulcer but haven't been back to a doctor to be confirmed. The problem has persisted for a year off and on. I also get nauseous, vomit, and severely fatigued.

Peptic Ulcer - What does you ulcer feel like?

Posted 3 Jun 2014 by jon22304 1 answer

What does your ulcer feel like? I've never had stomach issues ever. But over the past 6 weeks or so I have had increasing problems. The ER doc says it is an ulcer. At first it was just heartburn and only two times weeks ago some acid did come up. I was stressed out greatly at the time. My ...

Pepto-Bismol - Why does the label now say not to take it if you have an ulcer?

Posted 17 Aug 2011 by Honeysuckle588 1 answer

My Dr just suggested I take it to help me feel better while the ulcer heals.

I keep having shortness of breath and abdominal pain.Could I have an ulcer?

Posted 19 Jul 2013 by arcanoidcyst16 4 answers

Does anyone know why or what I have.I keep having trouble breathing and I thought I might just be sick but it's been almost a whole week now and I still have trouble breathing long deep breaths.I am also 289lbs pounds and have high blood pressure but have never EVER had trouble breathing.I ...

How long is it safe to be on celebrex?

Posted 26 Mar 2011 by jackiegunderson 1 answer

have been on it for 3 yrs. and told dr. i was concerned about side effects i had heard about. he told me to keep on taking, its okay... now he thinks i have an ulcer and took me off celebrex. what's up with that?

Is taking one Meloxicam 15mg easier on the stomach than taking 2-3 Ibuprofen?

Posted 1 Aug 2012 by brucegretsky 3 answers

I have been taking 2-3 Ibuprofen daily for a few months now due to lower back pain and headaches. I want to try as much as possible to reduce the risk of stomach ulcers. My Dr prescribed me Meloxicam. Would this be easier on the stomach than the Ibuprofen? Thanks.

Will warfarin re-activate my stomach ulcer?

Posted 2 days 13 hours ago by mauistever 0 answers

Three weeks ago I began taking warfarin at a dose of 8 x 3 mg tabs per week. Three years ago I was found to have a small stomach ulcer and an inflamed esophagus. I had been taking about 600 to 800 mg Ibuprofen a day for years. They determined that I had acid reflux as well as the ulcer. I was ...

Niacinamide - How long will it take after stopping this vitamin will the ulcers go away?

Posted 12 days ago by Thotfulgirl 0 answers

My face recently started to break out with very intense itchy ulcers. Sebaceous glands swollen and painful. I started taking niacinamide for cosmetic improvements, instead I got a face covered with painful sores. I'm stopping taking it just now and wonder how long it will take for my skin to ...

Pepcid causing depression?

Posted 12 Jan 2018 by Effect 2 answers

Is it common for Pepcid to cause feelings of depression?

Severe stomach issues?

Posted 26 Jan 2018 by Smend 0 answers

Started once a month Boniva 5 days ago and have severe stomach burning. After first day had stomach upset and diarrhea. Now jus burning in my stomach like I have a peptic ulcer which I had for a short period of time many years ago. When I called the endocrinologist (who is a research doctor by the ...

Are my duodenum ulcers ever going to heal??

Posted 14 Jan 2018 by Kgil73 1 answer

I was diagnosed with multiple duodenum ulcers, and have been taking protonix 40 mg for a little over 4 weeks now. I was tested negative for h pylori, never take nsaids, and not sure how these ulcers developed. I’ve cut out coffee, chocolate, and alcohol. I’m still experiencing ...

I have a decubitus pressure ulcer from being bedridden for a day . How do I treat it?

Posted 7 Nov 2017 by billt1 0 answers

i was bedridden for a day at the hospital

Nexium or pantoprazole are not effective?

Posted 20 Aug 2017 by Stephen Treloar 3 answers

I was switched from pantoprazole to Nexium for a bleeding duodenal ulcer but find the ulcer is bleeding more but I feel nauseous less severely. Any ideas?

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