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whenever I eat anything my stomach feels bloated even after a tiny snack, I end up not eating much during the day and my stomach growls in class. now it makes weird feelings and noises like a pop feeling occasionally. been a smaller problem two years ago but now it's getting worse. doctors gave me medication that didn't work. I feel sharp stabbing pain in my lower right and left abdomen and around the centre of my stomach near the navel. the pains started a few weeks ago and are getting worse and worse. I also have lower back pains that usually happen along with the stomach pains. when I apply pressure to the lower right abdomen area it hurts and after doing that I get a dull ache in the same spot. - Asked by M W on 23-Jul-2015 01:19:47

Answer Count: 1    Disorder Type: Digestive disorders

Replied by M W on 23-Jul-2015 01:22:51

I also experience nausea and gas and the gas is becoming an issue

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    Answered by Dr. Shravanthi V on 23-Jul-2015 20:03:11


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Replied by M W on 24-Jul-2015 12:43:22

when I see a doctor in my area do I mention your advice? my previous doctors I've seen usually just gave me pain killers but they didn't help at all and three doctors I've visited in my area basically said its nothing. I have a prescription for 20mg esomeprazole RBX but it has no effect so I stopped taking it.
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