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Hi i have continues pain in my stomach upper side of belly from last 3-4 monts, i have done endoscopy and colonoscopy, both are ok, Although the pain is like this that i do can do my every daily life activity but it it hurts me everytime, i feel much better when sleep, it hurts much when sitting, Due to this sometimes i feel pain in chest ribs also, please suggest. i am diabetic also.


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    I’m in the same situation . I have been in pain could be stress. I’m having pain in upper stomach above the belly bottom I do have small hiatal hernia and I guess is acting up. Trying to stay away from hospitals and the doctor thatvsaw me she was like change your diet and left me w the same pain. 
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    I’m experiencing the same forbabout 2 months. I do have a small hiatal hernia due for me taking NSAIDs and I’m on Nexium . My pain is in the middle top of stomach and I got burning, nauseas, my chest hurts but is the bone section in the middle breast bone. 

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    My gues would be fatty liver. Ask for ultrasound to confirm.... the fact you are already diabetic is clearly defing the issue. If caught early its an simple diet and long term recovery. Meanwhile no red rice and no cereals and last but no least no refined sugars....

    Best of luck.

    Hint: fattty liver can cause dull pain..that can shoot up to the ribs..every person is different with pain... The key is that the pain tends to go away when sleeping.

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