Persistant abdominal pain

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Hey everyone, a few weeks ago i went out for a drink and got a little drunk, when i woke up the next day i had a terrible hangover i threw up a lot and i couldn't eat/drink anything. I got a lot better the day after and i started eating again but i few days later i started having abdominal cramps (they aren't really painful mostly uncomfortable) I went to a doctor a week ago i had an abdominal ultrasound done and she told me that it's nothing to worry about, she also prescribed me medications which i've been taking since but the pain is not gone.

Additionnal information : i'm not a heavy drinker, i drink rarely. when i wake up in the morning i feel fine but as soon as i eat something i feel the discomfort which lasts all day. I also constantly feel the urge to pass gaz and my face is breaking out, I have weird painful pimples which i never had before

Please help

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  • Posted

    your stomach could be DR told me to take Gaviscon for this, and it really might take a while to settle down. but you will be grand...try to eat bland food for a while..nothing spicey..xx

    • Posted

      Thank you so much for your answer, have you experienced the same thing? 
  • Posted

    Does the pain move about and have your bowel habits changed?  Go back to your doctor and ask about gastritis and IBS.
    • Posted

      Thank you for answering, my bowel habits did change a bit, but nothing alarming. I will continue taking my medications for a few more days, if nothing changes I will definitely go back to my doctor !

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