Stomach spasm

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I have stomach spasm where the stomach feels and looks like a pulse inside. Everyone I eat or any type of movement makes it worse. Buy it constantly pulsing all day long. Don't know if this could be due to my gastritis or hormones. I do notice that it's worse at a certain time if the month. Anyone else experience this?

I forgot to mention the bloating too.

I'm so tired of dealing with this stomach. I tried taking the PPI again but it makes it burn so I stopped.

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    Hi mary27278

    I would go get this checked with your doc and request an ultrasound or MRI scan..it could be an Aortic Aneurism...it could well be something else..but get it checked asap...best wishes...

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    I also experience that pulsing from time to time. I think it happens to me when I'm hungry or after a workout. Maybe nerve related, not sure. I have bloating also, are you bloated all the time?

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      I have the same feeling too. For me it feels like my back is always soar, I'm constantly rolling my back out with those firm rollers you see at the gym. A tennis ball pressed up to a wall works also. I think maybe it's inflamed nerves going from stomach around to the back. I don't know but it sucks.

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