Abdomen Medical Symptoms: Page 6
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- Food Cravings Or Binges
- Food Sensitivities
- Forceful Vomiting Of Formula Or Milk
- Found Most Often On The Legs, But May Also Appear On The Arms Or Trunk Of The Body
- Frequent Or Persistent Vomiting
- Gallbladder Disease
- Gas And Bloating
- Gas, Indigestion, Pressure, Swelling, Bloating, Or Cramps
- Gastrointestinal Discomfort, Including Diarrhea , Heartburn, And Flatulence
- Gastrointestinal Symptoms (eg, Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting)
- Gastrointestinal Upset
- General Abdominal Discomfort (frequent Gas Pains, Bloating, Fullness, And/or Cramps)
- Genitals, Abdomen, And Inner Thigh Are Common Sites In Adults
- Giving Up Activities In Order To Drink Or Recover From The Effects Of Alcohol
- Giving Up Activities To Use Drugs Or Recover From The Effects
- Gradual Decline Of The Health Of An Infant Or Child Who Previously Appeared Well
- Gradual Weight Loss
- Guarding-involuntary Contraction Of The Abdominal Muscles
- Gurgling Stomach
- Have Difficulty Fighting Respiratory Infections And Illnesses
- Having Constipation And Being A Picky Eater
- Heartburn Or Indigestion -a Burning Feeling In The Center Of The Chest, A Feeling Of Uncomfortable Fullness, And An Upset Stomach Are Common. Of Course, These Are Common Sensations In Many Other Conditions, So People Often Do Not Seek Help Until The
- Hearty Or A Poor Appetite
- Hemoptysis (spitting Out Blood)
- Hepatitis A -this Infection May Or May Not Cause Symptoms. Adults Are More Likely To Have Symptoms Than Children. Incubation Is From 15-45 Days. Hepatitis A Does Not Progress To Chronic Liver Disease.
- Hepatitis B -with This Form Of Hepatitis, Symptoms Usually Appear Within 25-180 Days Following Exposure To The Virus. Hepatitis B May Progress To Carrier State Or Chronic Liver Disease.
- Hepatitis C -about 80% Of People With Hepatitis C Have No Symptoms. Over Time, However, The Disease Can Cause Serious Liver Damage. Hepatitis C May Progress To Chronic Hepatitis. Incubation Is From 15-60 Days.
- High Rate Of Hepatitis C
- Hunger Or Loss Of Appetite
- Immune System Problems
- Impaired Immunity
- Impaired Iron Absorption
- Impaired Kidney Function
- Inability To Stop Or Limit Drinking Of Alcohol
- Increase In Fat
- Increased Abdominal Circumference
- Increased Abdominal Girth
- Increased Appetite
- Increased Bowel Movements-food Travels More Quickly Through The Gastrointestinal Tract.
- Increased Hunger-your Body's Cells Are Not Getting Enough Glucose, Which Means Your Cells Cannot Get Enough Food. This Causes You To Feel Hungry.
- Increased Sensitivity To Drugs-due To Reduced Ability Of The Liver To Inactivate Them
- Increased Weight
- Insatiable Hunger, Resulting In Compulsive Eating And Often Obesity
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