What could i have?

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over the past two years ever, i have been suffering with;

-Abdominal Pain (in the middle, the sides of my body, its a stabbing dull ache pain which is constant for couple of hours at a time)

-Abdominal Sensitivity (It is painful and uncomfortable if i even just touch the skin around my stomach, its a stabbing sharp pain when i touch it and is a severe dull ache, this lasts for about an hour every now and again)

-My stomach swells and bloats couple times a week

-stabbing chest pain, (starts just under breast in left side, spreads up and down chest bone, spreads to shoulder blade and lower back, lasts for days at a time sometimes)

-Tingling sensation on left shoulder blade every couple of days for about a minute a time, feels like sometimes moving on it and it goes all cold

- Wind, Nausea and Bad Fatigue

Not long ago i threw up and there was blood in it one morning, had different bowel movements with the changing of constipation or diahrea, 

really dont know whether these are all linked together, or seperate or even if its anything to worry about! 

any answers would be appreciated!

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    made app to see your GP

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      Hi holly ..

      i get a simular thing and have been to my gp. It sounds like indigestion with heart burn wht can Make the top of ur back hurt in your shoulder blades . Is it worse with certain foods have u noticed ? I would suggest gaviscon and buscopan as it sounds like abit of ibs too wht is awful . Tje obly thing tjay would concern me is blood .. u should probably c ur gp asap. Xx

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      I have already take esomeprazole and gaviscon for the past 4 years,also gallbladder out.

      I have had scan and blood tests showing fatty liver and enzines.

      I am seeing a consultant this week.

      Thanks for your concern .

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