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This is most likely from acid peptic disorder, which can include gastritis, acid reflux, duodenal or gastric ulcer, etc.
This is something for which you must show your doctor. You need to be examined for this. Liver, spleen or pancreatic disorders can also cause this, along with lesions in the intestines.
An ultrasound of the abdomen will help in diagnosis - discuss this with your doctor.For now, take a Prilosec 20 mg cap (OTC) and an antacid like Mylanta which will help in case of acid peptic disorder. Also regulate your diet - small light meals, avoid heavy fried foods, avoid smoking and drinking, excessive caffeine in coffee and cold drinks.But show your doctor as soon as possible,Hope this shows you the way forward - wish you good health and a quick recovery.I trust my answer has helped you gain more knowledge and confidence about your problem and in knowing what to discuss with your doctor.Please remember to rate my service once you have all the information you need. If you have any other questions, please ask me – I’ll be happy to respond. Bonus is always welcome - Thank you!Dr.P.Jyoti, MD.
Could this be caused by a pulled muscle?
Would the pain from stomach issues sometimes go across to the right side and around the back?
yes it could also be from a pulled muscle
this will give relief if it is a pulled muscle
do gentle stretching exercises, also use a hot water botthle on the area
pain going upto the back could be from pancreatitis,
but acid peptic disorder, etc will also cause a pain like this
have it looked up so that you have an early diagnosis
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