Experiences with Abdominal pain

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Also known as:
ICD10/11 Code: R10.0 R10.1
ICD10/11 Group: R00-R99, Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified
Abdominal pain
Also known as: ---
ICD10/11 Code: R10.0 R10.1, ICD10/11 Group: R00-R99, Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified

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5/31/2018 | | 47moderated by Susan
Fentanyl (100ug/do) for abdominal pain

I've had unbearable pain ever since i had a gastric bypass, together with the phenanyl patches I can keep the pain under control if i take it along with some tablets.
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6/22/2016 | | 44moderated by Susan
Tramadol (100mg) for abdominal pain

I take tramadol for stomach pain. Absolutely no side-effects. Works the same as one ibuprofen, but I get this FOC on prescription from the gastroenterologist.
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5/19/2016 | | 23moderated by Susan
Levonorgestrel (52) for abdominal pain

Had a coil since November 2015. Because I had previously had a coil and then had to have it removed because of severe stomach cramps, I thought that my stomach cramps were caused by the coil. Apparently that wasn't the case. When I switched to the pill I became a lot more moody, not to even mention my monthly periods. Terrible amounts of stomach cramps and could hardly walk because the pain in ...
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4/12/2016 | | 22moderated by Philip
Pantoprazole (20mg) for abdominal pain

This was prescribed to me today by the GP because I was experiencing unbelievable attacks of pain after eating and eating too much. (Like a whole pizza in a restaurant, shawarma, McDonald's). Because my gallbladder isn't performing as it's supposed to (GP suspects gallstones), I first got this two weeks ago. I'm curious.
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1/28/2016 | | 30moderated by Charlotte
Tramadol (50mg) for abdominal pain

After my one night stay in hospital I was sent home with tramadol because they couldn't find anything where I was feeling the pain. I was only gynaecologically investigated but my whole stomach was (is) in hellish pain but they didn't do any more investigation and was sent home with the advice to go to my GP. With tramadol, but up to now still no improvement in the pain. The side-effects are al...
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