Who among us hasn't had a stomach ache -- and probably blamed last night's dinner? 'Stomach bug' or 'food poisoning' are common labels for most of our stomach complaints. But what about the not so common stomach maladies?
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If you have this condition, eating foods that contain wheat, rye or barley will cause you to have bloating, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
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This virus has an incubation period of 2 to 21 days and while some of its initial symptoms are common conditions such as stomach pain and hiccups, it is deadly and has no treatment.
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This life-threatening intestinal complication happens when the colon becomes infected and enlarged, and causes the large intestine to widen rapidly.
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When one part of the intestine collapses into an adjacent section, it is known as this painful condition.
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Lactose intolerance means a person can't digest lactose, which causes them abdominal pain, bloating, gas, cramps and diarrhea. What is lactose?
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One out of eight sexually active teens will develop this sexually transmitted disease, which causes pain and tenderness in the lower abdomen and pelvis (and sometimes the lower back).
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A rare bacterial infection causes this disease of the small intestine, known to cause stomach pain, chronic diarrhea, anemia and joint pain.
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The most common symptom of this condition is abdominal pain, usually to the right and below the belly button, that gets worse when coughing, sneezing and moving around.
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Gradual or sudden severe pain in your upper abdomen that gets worse after eating accompanied by fever, nausea and a rapid pulse could mean you have what life-threatening illness?
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Nausea is common during the first trimester of pregnancy but if a woman experiences pelvic or abdominal pain, sharp or localized on one side, what might she be diagnosed with?
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A distended abdomen along with constant, cramping pain, vomiting and constipation describe what condition?
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This chronic digestive disease causes the contents of the stomach, including food and stomach acid, to leak from the stomach into the esophagus, causing stomach and chest pain.
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Sudden steady pain localized in the upper right of your abdomen combined with pain between the shoulder blades or under the right shoulder is a sign of what condition?
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When your body suddenly produces too little of the hormone cortisol, it can lead to:
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Food allergies occur when the body mistakes food proteins as foreign invaders, causing, among other symptoms, stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea. What chemical does the body release to fight allergic reactions?
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Smoking, hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity and family history are some of the risk factors for developing this condition that causes a pulsing, painful abdominal mass.
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Fact or fiction: Abdominal pain, jaundice and itching could be symptoms of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC).
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This infection may be common, especially among women, but its symptoms can vary from person to person and infection to infection, but usually include lower abdominal pain and pelvic pressure along with frequent urination.
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Symptoms of this 'kissing disease' may include a swollen spleen.
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