Stomach hurts when touched and when I eat. It's getting worse.

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Hello.

My stomach hurts worse to touch. However, there is always a contraction like pain on the left side close to the navel. It gets cramps when I eat - no matter what I eat. It also looks like it swells a bit.

CT without contrast came back normal. The blood and urine test showed dehydration, but otherwise normal.

Just got an endoscopy done. The nurse said there was some inflammation and some white spots that biopsy was taken. I've got to wait a week to get results. Is there anything I can do in the meantime for pain?

Wonder what can cause the white spots.

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    An Endoscopy of which end, Stomach or Bottom question smile redface
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    • Posted

      What? ! A month, I seriously can't take this pain for another month.

      Hopefully this was a typo and you meant hour or two :-)

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      Is this in the UK question​ Buy some Solpadeine Plus Soluble Tablets in the morning, drink two, in fifteen minutes there'll be no pain cheesygrin Once your Dr gets the hospitals report it'll take a month or two to cure you completely wink
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      I live in the US. I will look for the solpadeine in the morning. If I can stop hurting I don't care if it takes a month to heal.

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      You can't get Solpadeine Plus or Max in the USA due to druggies,, talk to your pharmacist about an equivalent, you'll probably just end up with Soluble Acetaminophen (Paracetamol), but hey that's still cool cool smile
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    Have you tried drinking more water as believe me it does have a huge effect on healing.
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      I drink a gallon of water a day. I don't think I can drink any more than that. Thanks for your suggestion.
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