Dating nervous stomach
The cancer grows on the outside lining of the stomach and an endoscopy is typically able to detect the cancer once it reaches its final stages.
This was the case of Heather's mother who after feeling sick went in for a scan that didn't detect anything, but six months later the cancer had consumed almost all of her stomach and within months had spread everywhere.
Are my symptoms and family history indicative of gallbladder problems?
A woman from North Dakota had her stomach surgically removed to avoid developing the cancer that killed her mother and grandfather.
My mom, grandma and older sister have all had their gallbladders removed.
For the past month, I have been getting nauseated and/or experiencing pain in my upper belly after many meals.
It is difficult to detect as the cancer grows on the outside lining of the stomach.
The difficulties lie in making sure Heather gets enough nutrients.
She is not supposed to drink anything before, during or after she eats because the liquid will go through her system too quickly, flushing out the nutrients.
It seems as though I can tolerate little of any type of fat.
The only thing that makes my discomfort manageable is Mylanta and Zantac.
It is typically detected through an endoscopy once it is already in stage 3 or 4.