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Stomach Spasms Treatment Overview

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Care Plan


First steps to consider

  • If you have the most common causes of stomach spasms—heartburn or peptic ulcers—it can usually be treated with OTC antacids.
  • You should also try to avoid foods that make your symptoms worse, like greasy, spicy, high-fat foods, alcohol, and coffee.
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When you may need a provider

  • OTC medications are not making your stomach spasms better.
  • You have stomach spasms more often.
  • You are trying to avoid stomach spasms by not eating.
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Emergency Care

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Go to the ER if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Sudden spasms with intense pain
  • You have stomach spasms and blood in your stool, fevers, chills, or yellowing of your skin and eyes.

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