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Has anyone had chronic pian in right side and upper abdominal area from the results of taking Jardiance? If so, what did you do to help with the pain? Also how long does it take for this drugs to get out of your system?
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Hi, My name is Barbara I been suffering with stomach pain for 2 yrs . I have seen 3 different GI doctors and had every test done that you could possibly think of without no answer to why I'm having stomach pain. I went out of town for 3 days and had forgotten to bring my azor by the 3rd day I notice my stomach wasn't hurting as bad as it has been for the last 2 yrs. I wonder if the relief was coming from me missing my daily dosage. Has anyone else experience this problem I would love to hear back..
I am the mother of 2 children who take Vyvanse for ADHD. My daughter is 16 and has had horrible stomach pain for 3-4 years and I have a son who is 11 years old and has had stomach pains and foul egg burps for about a year. My daughter has been through every test they could think of, but it always comes back normal. She will double up in pain and cry, begging me to help her. My son isn't as bad, but cries with his stomach, too. Any help or advice anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated.
I've been taking duloxetine (for fibro and depression) for 10 yrs and have started experiencing upper right side abdominal pain. I've tried to taper off and start on gabapentin, but that has caused a lot of joint pain. Looking to learn from all of you. Thanks, Jen
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