Symptoms Of The Stomach Or Chest

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Symptoms Of The Stomach Or Chest

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Symptoms Of The Stomach Or Chest

Some symptoms that arise from stomach disorders may be felt in the chest or in the esophagus, and some symptoms that feel as though they are related to the stomach are actually disorders of the esophagus. Because pain in the chest can also be caused by heart problems, it is important to see your doctor for appropriate treatment. Some common symptoms (and some of the causes of each symptom) include:

Heartburn Or Burning Pain

Achalasia

Erosive gastritis

Esophageal stricture

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (symptoms may be worse when bending or lying down)

Nonerosive gastritis

Peptic-ulcer disease

Esophagitis

Stomach Or Chest Pain

Erosive gastritis

Esophageal spasm

Gastroesophageal reflux disease — Pain may rise up in the chest to the neck or throat. It may be more noticeable when lying down at night.

Nonerosive gastritis

Peptic-ulcer disease — A gnawing or burning pain may wake you at night. Depending on the location of the ulcer, pain may be relieved after eating or using antacids, or it may occur a few hours after a meal.

Swallowed foreign bodies

Stomach cancer

Recurrent Indigestion

Erosive gastritis

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Nonerosive gastritis

Peptic-ulcer disease

Stomach cancer

Gastroparesis (a complication of diabetes)

A "Gnawing," Hungry Feeling In The Stomach

Erosive gastritis

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Nonerosive gastritis

Peptic-ulcer disease

Other Stomach Problems

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Stomach cancer

Peptic-ulcer disease — The patient may vomit blood or digested blood resembling coffee grounds.

 

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