For the past couple of months I have been experiencing alot of
stomach cramps after eating. I get these pains roughly 15 minutes
to one hour after eating, whether it be spicy food or even some salads.
This brings on diarrhea which can last anywhere upto 1 hour, running
back and forth to the toilet.
Also, after drinking alcohol, not too excessively, I sometimes
become really sick. The last episode occurred 2 weekends ago when
I was sick for over an hour, including stomach lining.
Just last weekend, I was getting bad pains in my chest, after eating
grilled chicken and a glass of champagne.
I have been to my doctors as I thought it might be a stomach ulcer due
to my mother having had a few stomach ulcers.
I am off to the doctors again on Thursday. HELP Please
Your symptoms are nonspecific and could indicate many different problems. Workup
should include stool cultures and x-rays and/or endpscp[y tp rule out collagen vascular diseases.
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