severe stomach pains

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a couple months ago i was rushed to the hospital with severe stomach pains. i couldnt walk i thought it was because i needed to go to the bathroom but when i got to the bathroom i barely made it back to my room without having to crawl. i was in the ER and they found nothing not even a yeast infection. after that trip ive had a bunch of severe stomach pains, not as bad as the first one but pretty bad. sometimes there constant at the lower right part of my stomach. Can someone give me an idea as to why i would have this pain. i already got checked for appendicitis it was not that. but it couldve turned into that maybe? Any help?

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    Whatever is wrong with you definitely needs further investigation, ask your gp for a referral to a gastroenterologist

    Best wishes

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      Hi Debbie have you been checked for hpylori this can cause allsorts of problems I kept getting bad pains and they did a camera test into my stomach I tested positive for this hope you get sorted­čśä
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      Hi Ginette

      Yes I've been tested for it and tested positive and received a 7 day triple treatment and 14 day quadruple treatment for it.  My stomach has been absolutely terrible since I did the quadruple treatment - I only managed 11 days as my stomach was in bits and has continued that way 12 days later - I only weigh 6st 5Ibs as I can't eat for the pain, feel constantly sick and am retching constantly and not sure where to go from here - I have an appointment with the consultant at the hosp next week.   I'm on large doses of Omeprazole and Ranitidine but still getting acid.

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