stomach burning, stinging tingling sides and back?

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For 9 months I've gone through straight hell. My stomach burns everyday, my back and sides sting and every time I eat I feel as if I'm going to throw it up. I need help fast because I might go crazy if I don't get some does anyone know what going on in a 19 year old female I've had every test done and they're all normal

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    Bailey that sounds terrible.. hopefully the endo will shed some light on the issues you're dealing with. My heart.goes.out to,you

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    Thank u sad do u know what it could be

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    I feel sorry for you a young girl has to suffer this nonesense. I think you better go to doctor for colonoscopy and change your diet to see if it helps. How is your bowel movement. May be you need MRI to see what happen with your pancrea and liver and bile. All the best.
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    This sounds like excess acid. I had it for over a year before someone figured it out. Pain in stomach, burning, nausea, feeling full ( like I had a tennis ball in my stomach), sharp stabbing pain. I found most helpful was liquid antacid as it coats the stomach and stops the acid burning. But you will need ppi's from the gp ( lansoprazole or omeprazole usually) to stop it completely.

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