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I am sorry you are having these symptoms.
pain in the left upper abdomen below the ribs is most often due to stomach inflammation from excessive stomach acid.
rash can be from a viral infection
bloating can be from excessive stomach acid causing carbon dioxide gas in the stomach
have you tried any stomach acid blocking agents?
malox? mylanta? zantac? prilosec?
Thank you for your quick response. The pain in my stomach is a little lower, just below my tummy-button. I am not suffering from any irregular toilet problems. Is thid still the same??
lower abdominal pain could be from gas in the colon.
or constipation (hard stool)
some foods can cause worse colon gas like beans or broccoli or eggs.
drinking alcohol or eating fatty foods can cause your pancreas to be inflamed as well
and this can cause lower abdominal pain and back pain.
are you drinking alcohol? eating fatty foods?
Only a little, but I really don't drinking alot of alcohol at all. The snswer maybe the fatty fiods. I will try the zantac. Is this a liquid??
zantac is a pill
which can help decrease stomach acid over time.
if you want liquid, you can try liquid mylanta or malox or liquid tums.
these can help decrease stomach acid in the stomach.
cutting out the fatty food can help the stomach not produce so much stomach acid and gas
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