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hi. i have had a burning tummy for around 6 wks now. i have been put on omoprozole. I have also started taking microgyon. All last week i noticed my burning tummy was better and felt great. I was on my period so wasnt taking microgyon. However i started taking it again last nite and today i am in pain again with the burning, so my question is do u think it is related to the microgyon? I used to get this burnin whenever i ate eggs, tomatoes and aspirin. I now seem to get it all the time, but was free of it all last wk. thanks.
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replied October 8th, 2009
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it sounds like you may have mild ibs (irritable bowl syndrome) where if you eat certain food it will trigger burning feelings in your stomach that are uncomfortable and sore...jenny
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replied October 8th, 2009
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It could also be an ulcer that is aggravated by certain foods. You should see your doctor about this and find out the cause. Regardless, burning in your stomach is not normal.

Also, don't let your doctor label you with IBS without doing a lot of tests to check for other things. IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion, but too many doctors just use it as an easy catch-all. There are a lot of conditions that cause symptoms similar to IBS that aren't IBS and need to be treated differently.
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