Edited 5 days ago, 12 users are following. My stomach hurts sometimes. Upper abdomen below my chest but above my belly button, spread out in the center, a few times a year. It’s a dull but sharp when I breathe in or out pain that lasts a few hours to a day or two. When I lie down, it goes away almost completely, and I can finally breathe in and out without pain except for a very sharp pain if I suck in all the way. However, it returns almost as soon as I stand up, and generally stops after a few hours.
Especially when you’re not sure whether you should chug Pepto, head straight to the ER, or just get comfy on your throne and let nature, um, run its course. Of course, your plan of attack all depends on what you’re dealing with: nausea, cramping, a period from hell? Next time you feel a rumble down below, follow these tips for how to get rid of stomach pain—fast. Mild food poisoning is one very common cause of diarrhea. While this can totally strike at your neighborhood sushi joint, it’s also super-common while traveling overseas. That’s because your body has to adjust to the new bacteria in the food and water you’re consuming while away from home. The quick fix: For food poisoning, there is no fix other than the passage of time. If diarrhea strikes at super-inconvenient time, or if it’s so frequent that it keeps you from sleeping, Bahn recommends knocking back some Pepto-Bismol.
Warm lemon water. You can repeat this every 15 minutes or so. When stomach acids travel up into the food pipe, a burning sensation occurs. Then, inhale and push your pelvis up, and then exhale. The damaged duct causes the pancreas to become inflamed, causing scar tissue to develop—eventually the pancreas is destroyed. All you need to prepare a cup of chamomile tea is a tea bag or teaspoons of dried chamomile leaves and hot water. Pain that is lower down could be related to colitis or an obstruction. I think there could be a correlation for me when I have an empty stomach.