Title:Hernia Repair - Part Two
Description:Kidney Stones - Pain is severe and begins suddenly in either flank. It is often accompanied by blood in the urine, a sensation of needing to urinate frequently, and radiation of the pain down toward the groin. Medications to control pain and nausea are frequently needed. Pancreatitis - This an illness frequently seen in alcohol abusers or those with gallstones but can have other causes. It causes a severe pain in the upper mid-abdomen and is almost always associated with vomiting. It does require pain and nausea medications to control the symptoms in most cases.
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Meta Description:Ulcers/Gastritis - Burning pain in the upper midline or off to either side. It is episodic in nature and is usually worsened by eating. Medications are usually required to alleviate the symptoms.
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