Forum: The Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases Forum
hi I am a 31 yr old male. that has never had a stomach disorder in my life. a few months ago I noticed I started having a little burning in my stomach with more acid then usual. after starting on antibiotics ( for abcessed tooth ) I woke up on the third day with tightness in my chest, and difficulty breathing, after getting off the antibiotics I was still having the symptoms. this the lead to a sort pressure/pain just under my breast bone, with a lot of upset stomach burping alot, or feeling as if I have to burp. swelling in my abdomin, and bloating, even after drinking a glass of water I feel full. actually I just feel full all the time. I had a blood test, and checked negitive for H pyloir, the doc bood test said my liver and panceras looked fine. I have not lost my appetite, but find it dufficult to eat. my energy level seems to be about normal. does any know what this could be. please help. Zachary
Re: bloating, swelling,burping, heartburn etc... joe 5/10/1999
bloating, swelling,burping, heartburn etc... Teri 5/30/1999
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