Abdomonial Pain and Back Pain - ANY IDEAS!

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I have bad abdominal pain in my lower abdomain although it can and does spread to upper abdomen  I have a really weird type off sensation of having a tight belt around my stomach like a waist band.   I have a lot of burping to clear the pain and build up of bloatedness.   I feel nausea as if i am going to faint/be sick but that comes and goes.  Reading some post on her some of you guys seem to have simillar thoughts.

I had CT SCAN of my whole abdominal area along with MRI for my back and nothing. esomeprazole helps stomach but wears off by 4-5 in the afternoon and I can only take one dose per day.  Seeing docs on Tuesday it must be an infection, any ideas anyone?

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    hi  l guess your gall bladder was checked, as that can cause abdo pain, the symtom of bloateness and wind, which l had along with nausea and loss of appetite was diaganosed as gastritus by scope with gastrologist. l was put on l omprazole a day at 20mg, it did settle the nausea and bloat 90percent, but still rumbles a bit and have the occassional days or half days of nausea, l take a second omprazole many days when nausea returns, which does settle in. not ideal but preferable to symptoms and some people take even stronger dose, drs know and are ok about it.  But preferable you find whats causing it, be it by scope or seeing gastrologist, good luck.
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      Not sure about Gallbladdter assume so.

      Anyway I am on Esomprasle but one 40 mg dose not quite enough. Omesoprsale not strong enough. Agreed need to find cause as cannot go through life like this.

      Thanks for replying.


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