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... weeks ago I had went in to have the UGI done. Well today I went to see the doctor on a follow up and was told that I have inflammation of the stomach and small intestine. He said that the meds he put me on which is Omeprazole. But the thing is that the pain is still there and I have gained over 30LBs. ... (1 replies)
... For a week and a half, I've been having really bad heartburn which turned into extreme pain across my midsection WITH heartburn, nausea and vomiting, and sometimes a fever or chills. I started taking protonix prescribed by my doctor when it was at first heartburn, but when the pain became severe in my abdomen, I had an upper GI test done which revealed my small intestines were... (1 replies)
... This idea of inflammation makes a lot of sense to me. ... (5 replies)

... Does anyone else get inflammation of the stomach where it feels like it is pushing up against your diaphragm? ... (5 replies)
... I have not heard of reflux causing inflammation of the small intestine. That's not to say it can't happen because I am no expert. ... (1 replies)
... I am not sure what test you had done? (UGI?) But it does not sound normal to be gaining 30 pounds in such a short time? ARe you seeing a Gastroenterologist? What is the doctor saying about the imflamation in the intestine? It sounds like you need to go back to the doctor and get this checked out. Please let us know how it turns out. (1 replies)
... Gee, hon, I'm not sure, but now that it's been a little while, have you improved? Did you go back on Monday? (1 replies)
... I have the same problem. I was diagnosed with gastritis over 2 years ago. I eat certain foods and within mins. I feel like I was punched in the stomach. I am also not sure if I have food allergy's. I kept a food journal for a while to try and pinpoint which foods were causing the problems, but couldn't make a connection as most foods cause this. I also get the shortness of... (5 replies)
... I've been told by two very knowledgeable docs that there simply isn't enough knowledge and/or technology to fix most of the problems with the digestive system. They don't do near the amount of research on fixing problems. QUOTE] Consider that today’s supermarket is ground zero for the food industry, a place where the giants of agribusiness compete for your purchases with... (5 replies)
... Do both of you get the shortness of breath? I worry that my lungs are going to give out on me. I know that's a ridiculous thought but it's one I have amidst a panic attack. I've been told when something pushes up against a portion of your lungs for too long that part will die. Then I learned that lungs do not regenerate. I'm sure this all something I learned in... (5 replies)
... Stimi, I too have almost everything you have and unfortunately have found nothing to help and/or fix it and i've been hunting for the past 4 years :( The ONLY thing I can say has made any noticeable difference is when I finally bit the bullet and started taking some form of anti-acid. My doc put me on Protonix, and it has helps some. My stomach aches aren't quite as bad... (5 replies)
... I found this on a expert forum it really hits the nail on the head with me giver a read. However there are other things that inflame the duodenum and one of those is celiac disease. Celiac disease affects the first part of the small intestine ( duodenum more than any other part) the damage may get less furhter douwn the intestine. The extent of small intestine... (54 replies)
... I don't know whether you know that the absorption of nutrients from the food that you eat takes place in the small intestine? ... (4 replies)
Oct 24, 2002
... intolerance tests done and then possibly an endoscopy to look into your small bowel to have a biopsy taken to see whether the lining is inflammed due to the gluten. ... (5 replies)
... y wrong with my vision, but the opthalmologist cannot find anything wrong. So I think it must be the messages from my brain that get affected when I have severe inflammation in my small intestine. ... (31 replies)
Sulphur Burps
Jan 28, 2003
... Basically, it can cause stomach pain, diarrhea, belly bloating and gas, a general feeling of being unwell, lethargy and weight loss. Basically, it affects the small intestine, which becomes damaged slightly due to the gluten. The gluten cannot be absorbed by the villi in the intestines, that absorb all these nutrients. ... (12 replies)
... continued to be ill and getting worse. I ended up losing about 30 pounds by december. I had a endoscopy and colonoscopy done and the GI found scalloping of my small intestine as well as inflammation down to my colon. He suspected celiac so i quit eating gluten. The blood test and biopsy were both inconclusive. ... (1 replies)
... preventing the small intestine from absorbing nutrients. ... (8 replies)
... Anyway, the endoscopy showed that his small intestine was inflammed. There was no damage to his esophagus. His GI told us that the inflammation was due to reflux, not celiac. I have never heard of inflammation of the small intestine from reflux. Does this seem right to any of you? ... (1 replies)
Mar 30, 2006
... Duodenitis implies inflammation of the first portion of the small intestine. In this area the most common cause of inflammation is damage from stomach acid. The second most common cause is a Helicobacter pylori infection. ... (5 replies)

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