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Cramps in upper stomach area right below ribs

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For about 2 weeks now i have been having cramps in my upper stomach area right below my left and right ribs. in addition I have also been feeling my stomach rumbling which i can feel. I am also feeling some nausea. My PCP palpated my stomach and gave my the regular checkup. He didn't noticed anything abnormal. Also i haven't had any vomiting or severe diarrhea. The symptoms seem worse when i sit down and not as bad when i lay down or stand.
As far as treatments I have tried Pepto , Pepcid and Zantac non of which have really seemed to help that much.


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replied August 17th, 2010
Abdominal Pain Answer A15377
Thanks for using this forum.....

The symptoms seem typical of gerd a syndrome...you can meet a gatroenterologist to do an upper gi endoscopy and take some regular medicines for a month to be better..take care,







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