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SOMEBODY ANYBODY PLEASE HELP LATELY I BEEN HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY STOMACH AS IF I'M HUNGRY OR I'M SICK TO MY STOMACH IS THIS PART OF ANXIETY

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    Hi....it can be a symptom of anxiety along with a lot more.... I don't get the stomach symptom that often anymore but when I did I would feel really hungry and other times no appetite at all...if u are concerned and it's happening often maybe speak to ur gp? Hope this helps xx
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    There are many minor issues that could be causing this.

    It is not the best thing to start at the serious possibilities as it is probably nothing serious.

    Just pop to see your GP who will know what is causing the problem after examining you.

    Don't worry.

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      I had a lot of symptoms first I ended up in hospital now I attend gp every week to I get stable again....if the tummy is the only symptom u have try taking what gp prescribed and if no better go straight back?
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      Gastro-oesophageal reflux is a common diagnosis. Zantac (ranitidine) which is a H2 Histamine Blocker works by reducing the amount of stomach acid, and is very effective.

      The side effects of this drug can be dizzines, headache and diarrhoea.

      Zantac is used to treat stomach conditions such as ulcers, but there are many other medications that can be prescribed in place of it.

      I think you should return to your doctor and ask him/her to review your symtoms, with a view to maybe prescribing something more effective.

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    Have you got any other symptoms? When I had anxiety I had really bad butterflies,but I had a heap of other symptoms.
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    Anxiety can definatley stomach problems in people.  Nausea, pain, gas, bloating, gurgling.  If you are very worried it wouldn't hurt to go to your doctor, but if you are definatley having anxiety these symptoms are very common.  Try going for long walks, deep breathing and exercise.  Or see about seeing a therapist.  Good Luck!!

     

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