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Apr 16, 2019 10:31 AM

So the past week I have been in horrible pain it’s located in my legs which is normal for me but I also have it all across my abdomin anytime I eat the pain gets worse and I don’t have a fever or anything

Apr 16, 2019 10:32 AM

Any suggestions on what might help or what it might be?

Apr 16, 2019 6:59 PM

Write down what foods make pain worse (if any), where in abdominal area it hurts the worse, how soon after eating it hurts. I have GERD, which is also known as reflux. That's a burning painful feeling in the upper abdomen like under the ribs. Take tums. I also have gastroparesis. Kind of the middle area hurts after I eat. Eat small meals. I also have IBS with constipation. My lower abdominal area hurts most of the time and after I eat. Take laxatives. I take a mild one that I mix in coffee every day. I have regular bowel movements but still somehow my large intestine gets full. Heating pad on abdomen might help with general pain. Hope this helps.

Apr 17, 2019 6:45 AM

Hi Sninal I gave that also I take maylox and Prilosec. It done what helps. Hug have a nice day 🌹🌹🌈🌈❤️❤️

Apr 17, 2019 1:30 PM

Thank you

Apr 18, 2019 11:44 AM

I also have the GERD & IBS-C, and do the same methods of relief. Except I have to use Senna-S, Colace & Metamucil twice a day and still have irrgegular movements. Some of my pelvic and upper thigh pain is due to pelvic floor congestion (engorged pelvic veins, identified by dye-CT) and pelvic floor dysfunction. Not much can be done for the PFD, but the embolized the veins of the PFC and it helped some. The PFC symptoms are heavy weighted feeling in the low abdomen and thighs as well as painful throbbing/pulsing in the pelvic floor and thighs. Usually the PFC is in women who have had children but it can be found in men; it's not typically found in those younger than 35-40, but as with everything there can always be an exception to the rules.

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