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Stomach pain re occurring on having food
I had gastritis 2 months ago and then it got severe because I ended up taking aspirin empty stomach which caused a lot of pain in stomach. I have been trying to take precautions and also taking a few medications for this but it's been 2 months now and my stomach pain re occurs after i have had food. I do have reduction in overall inflammation but stomach pain feels like unbearable a few times for a few minutes after I have had food. I don't know what to do now. I don't want to have any CT scans because I had a few during the time of covid. Please suggest
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Please consult with a Gastroenterologist in your area for a physical examination and upper GI Endoscopy and further management
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As per your description you were treated initially for gastritis with some medicines which are not mentioned,and your abdominal pain after food has worsened.Either you are suffering from chronic gastritis or peptic ulcers along with HPylori infection.Treatment lasts upto 10-12 weeks with PPI for gastric healing.Symptoms being not relieved after adequate treatment ,is an indication for upper gastrointestinal endoscopy which would definitely aid in proper diagnosis and further management
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Please consult Gastroenterologist
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