Symptoms may include epigastric pain
, a bloated feeling and nausea; these most often resolve within a week.
2200 Epigastric pain
was now described by the patient as 5/10.
On follow-up, 17 of 19 patients had chronic, recurrent symptoms of epigastric pain
, dyspepsia, nausea, anorexia, reflux, and bloating that lasted 3 months to more than 12 months.
Throughout the study, only one patient had to discontinue treatment due to AE (epigastric pain
and erectile dysfunction); and only epigastric pain
was considered related to the study drug.
Among these ten patients, nine complained of heartburn in addition to epigastric pain
Postprandial distress syndrome includes one or more symptoms of bothersome postprandial fullness and early satiation, while epigastric pain
syndrome includes unexplained epigastric pain
Finally, in the DIA-treated group 23 patients (77%) reported the following adverse reactions: somnolence (19) associated with depression in one case, and with epigastric pain
in the other one; tachycardia with vertigo (1), epigastric pain
(2) and diarrhoea (1).
A complaint of steady, dull epigastric pain
radiating toward the back may indicate acute alcohol-mediated pancreatitis.
The main complaint of these patients was epigastric pain
not radiating to back with or without history of vomiting.
Such was not the case on May 3, 1999, when the patient saw the doctor complaining of epigastric pain
, vomiting, sudden weight loss, and premature feelings of fullness after eating.
The most common presenting symptoms are dysphagia, heartburn, postprandial vomiting, and epigastric pain
I schedule follow-up visits about 1 week after discharge and instruct patients to immediately report any signs or symptoms of preeclampsia, such as persistent headache, blurred vision, nausea and vomiting, and epigastric pain