Cold sweats with stomach pain, worsening

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Hi, I'm new to this forum... So I've had stomach pain issues for years, but the past 2 months have been especially bad. I have bloating, stabbing pains etc, but the worst part is getting intense bouts of cold sweats, especially while active. The cold sweats will pass once whatever is irritating my stomach passes through me, and I've gotten a CT scan that showed no immediate threats; I'm waiting to see a gastro specialist right now. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had these symptoms, the cold sweats withoutwithout having a flu etc. Thanks for your time.

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    i will try....to break it down..

    please note this is only one of many possibilities.

    1. gastritis - stomach lining upset
    2. followed by anxiety of not knowing the condition and worrying too much.

    both of theese could cause your symptoms..while they are not grave while not reducing any of then they can result in worse condition.

    try to eat light and focus on positive things....

    i have gastritis almost 18 months...its working progress... had burning...burping.. indigestion..pain...panic attacks.. headache... dizziness...cold swet...

    its just my 2c

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    Has it affected your appetite?

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    Have you tried a food diary to see if a particular food is causing it? Have you had any stress lately?

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    get your stool tested for parasites. cold sweats are your body's reaction to infection usually....

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