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414 Possible Causes for Food Allergy, Upper Abdominal Pain

  • Gastritis

    The chief symptoms are severe upper-abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, thirst, and diarrhea; the illness develops suddenly and subsides rapidly.[] Patients with this disease may also have environmental and/or food allergies.[] Symptoms can include: Upper abdominal pain, often gnawing, burning or aching that can change with eating Nausea Vomiting Feeling very full after eating only a small amount[]

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Some people will also experience upper right side abdominal pain without any other symptoms. IBS differs in the amount of stool produced.[] Gibson, Allergy tests do not predict food triggers in adult patients with eosinophilic oesophagitis.[] Many IBS patients will describe their abdominal pain as a pressure or band reaching across the right and left upper abdominal quadrants.[]

  • Esophagitis

    Eosinophilic Esophagitis Esophagus Dysphagia Chest or upper abdominal pain Food stuck in the esophagus Heartburn that doesn’t respond to medication Regurgitation In children[] None of the currently available food allergy tests adequately predict food triggers for EoE.[] Childhood Food Allergy This section includes information on childhood food allergy, as well as factsheets on related topics.[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    We report a 7-year-old boy with sickle cell disease who presented with right upper quadrant abdominal pain.[] allergies Food poisoning Foot deformities Forearm, wrist, and hand Foreign body aspiration Friedreich ataxia Frontotemporal dementia Fundamentals of pharmacology Gallbladder[] Figuras y tablas - Analysis 1.1 Comparison 1 Trials of Gandanxiaoshi tablet (herbs) versus Aihuodantong capsule (herbs), Outcome 1 Upper abdominal pain.[]

  • Duodenal Ulcer

    The patient complained of continuous upper abdominal pain. Her medical history included idiopathic chronic pancreatitis.[] allergies.[] Duodenal ulcers can cause a myriad of unpleasant symptoms, including nausea, upper abdominal pain, weight loss and fatigue.[]

  • Asthma

    These reactions classically involve both upper respiratory symptoms (increased nasal congestion, frontal headache or sinus pain, and sneezing) as well as lower respiratory[] Featured topics include asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis, food allergies, allergic skin diseases, diagnostic techniques, allergens, and treatment modalities.[] OBJECTIVES: To investigate the evidence that nutrient and food intake modifies the risk of children developing allergy. METHODS: We systematically searched 11 databases.[]

  • Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    Clinical features of upper gastrointestinal bleeding Symptoms Abdominal pain – may be epigastric or diffuse Haematemesis – vomiting of bright red blood Coffee-ground vomit[] Milk or soy enterocolitis, or allergic colitis, is a cause for vomiting with blood staining after the introduction of these food products into the diet.[] Symptoms associated with blood loss can include Fatigue Weakness Shortness of breath Abdominal pain Pale appearance Vomiting of blood usually originates from an upper GI source[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    pain and mass.[] Evidence of crampy abdominal pain or food intolerance should lead to additional investigations by an upper gastrointestinal x-ray with small bowel follow-through and/or a[] (come and go) abdominal pain Malignant abdominal tumors Intestinal hernia Crohn’s disease Trapped gallstones Symptoms : Cramping pain in the middle or upper abdomen Nausea[]

  • Chronic Cholecystitis

    METHODS: The authors interviewed 269 patients who underwent either OCG, US, or both, for evaluation of chronic right upper quadrant abdominal pain.[] allergy – could happen as a result of improper digestion of the food that the patient ingests; Other non-specific symptoms may include fatigue, irritability, and loss of[] Upper abdominal pain is the most common symptom of cholecystitis. In acute cholecystitis, the pain is often sudden and intense. Pain can become excruciating.[]

  • Diverticulitis

    A 67-year-old Japanese woman consulted to our hospital because of abdominal pain and melena. A blood laboratory revealed severe anemia increased CRP (11.21 mg/dl).[] Identifying and eliminating any and all food allergies and food sensitivities is necessary to help decrease the number of divericula.[] The upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopic examination revealed no significant changes. The colon was free from diverticulum.[]

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