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noitsachicken Fri 31-Jan-20 14:35:37

I know I should see the GP, and I will, but it’s currently only a minor/occasional issue.
I have recurrent pain mid abdomen, directly above my belly button, just below the breastbone, some times it radiates out a little either side.
It’s not indigestion, it’s a different pain, and it doesn’t always occur after eating, but sometimes does.
Pain is not terrible, but enough to cause discomfort for a few hours, then passes.
I’ve suffered from IBS for many years and this is different to that.
Any ideas?

Thanks

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NoSauce Fri 31-Jan-20 15:43:52

Could be hpylori. Probably best to see GP.

ahran2k Fri 31-Jan-20 20:25:40

If it eases temporarily after drinking soda then it could be reflux.

andthentherewere Fri 31-Jan-20 20:32:28

Gallstones? Often worse after fatty foods (which may explain why not always painful after eating) and can cause a lightening to stool colour.

DecemberSnow Fri 31-Jan-20 23:34:33

Gallbladder?

DecemberSnow Fri 31-Jan-20 23:34:49

Rumbling appendix?

noitsachicken Sat 01-Feb-20 07:16:39

Thanks, these are all things I have considered.
I have a GP appointment next week, I just think it will be ‘keep an eye on it’ as I don’t have any other symptoms and the the pain isn’t excruciating.

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