Lately I have been suffering with stomach ache after eating, what could this be ?

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This results in me vomiting to feel better. 

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    Hi you might have a bacteria in the stomach and it's what's making you feel sick?

    check with your doctor if symptoms don't go away.

    good luck

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    Go to a gastroenterologist and get tested for HPylori bacteria (ulcers). It can be cured. You will most likely need an endoscopy so that the gastroenterologist can see your esphogus and stomach and take cultures for bacteria, parasites, etc.
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    Hi, thank you for replying. It has been a very depressing week for me because of the inability to eat anything. I have an appointment with the my Gp today to get some sort of medication to help treat this condition. No, I have not tried liquid probiotics. I wild definitely look into purchasing some if the problem continues. At the moment I am trying out silicon gel. Has anyone tried it before, does it help this condition?
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    I was given omepreole from my gp last week it was really effective. However, I was starting to feel like I could not do anything without feeling anxious and this was starting to get depressing so. I thought that I should stop taking the medication because my nerves was perfectly fine before I took this drug, now, I am back to square one tiring to look for medication that best suits my body. Today I brought buscopan cramps due the abdominal pains that I experience after eating. I am praying that this works. 
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