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Recurring Abdominal Pain

Reviewing your symptoms, you have pain in the upper abdomen or navel area, and you also have pain in the chest. This pain is worse within a few hours of your meals. Based upon your symptoms, it is beginning to sound likely that your pain is originating from a problem near or above the diaphragm.

Have you experienced any of the following worrisome symptoms:

  • vomiting with blood

  • black stools with a tar-like or paste-like texture (caused by deteriorated blood)

  • difficulty swallowing

  • fever

  • unexplained weight loss?

Yes, I have experienced one or more of these symptoms.

No, I do not have any of those symptoms.

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