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abdominal pain

I have been having abdominal pain for awhile now  and cause I've been taking voltarol over along period of time for my low back pain I presumed that I may have an ulcer so I went to the docter stopped taking the voltarol and went for a barium meal. They found nothing no ulcer etc..I take 2 omaprazole every morning. Now the abdominal pain has come back again every time I take zolmatriptan(for migraines)  I've tryed taking it with a glass of milk and a meal but afew hours later I the pain and I had to stop taking some anti biotics for a mouth ulcer as it caused abdominal pain. just wondering why this is when I have no uler it seems my stomach is getting very sensitive to a number of tablets.
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Welcome to the gastroenterology community!  Have you talked with your doctor about this?  There are other medications you can try to see if they cause less stomach upset.
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Yes I have seen the doctor about this and they told me to keep taking omaprazole every morning,but I shall be seeing the doc tomorrow  to tell them its not helping.
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Good, I hope the doctor helps you figure out a better medication for you to try.
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well I have been to the doctors and in the mean time I thought I would try gaviscon tablets 1 or 2 after taking my migrain tablet and it stops any pain,this of which I told the doctor and have given me a suitable supply.
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Good, I hope that starts to help soon.
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