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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics
Question: abdominal pain and back pain
|sonysick - Thu Mar 06, 2008 5:12 am||
Before one year i got a fever with eyes pain and headache.My illness started at that time.after 2 weeks vomitings and fever and muscle pains started.I have all the blood tests,CT scan for sinus,CT scan for chest,CT scan for stomach,MRI scan for brain.All the tests are normal.I have done endoscopy and ultrasound scan also.These tests are also normal.From the past one year iam suffering from eyes pain and headache.Till now my problem didn't solved.now suddenly from the past one month iam suffering from abdominal pain,slight pain in chest and lower side back pain ,bitter taste in mouth and burning throat,nausea in the morning,muscle aches.Iam feeling very tired.
can u tell me wat is my actual problem.
I look forward to your response
|Theresa Jones, RN - Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:10 pm||
Many conditions may cause gastrointestinal symptoms. For example,Gerd may cause irritation, heartburn, reflux, chest pain and a generally uncomfortable feeling. A dysfunctional gallbladder would also cause stomach upset, chest pain, upper abdominal and back pain with symptoms typically worsening after a fatty meal. It would be impossible to determine the actual causative factors of your symptoms without an evaluation by a physician. Some diagnostic studies, such as a HIDA scan to evaluate gallbladder dysfunction, and lab work to identify if any abnormalities are present would be suggested.
Theresa Jones, RN
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