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This section deals with abdominal pain that is present before eating and becomes worse after eating.

Q243

Do you regularly experience general abdominal pain that is present before eating and becomes worse roughly 20 minutes to 3 hours after eating a meal?
  • No / eating doesn't make it worse / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, it started less than 1 week ago
  • Yes, it started about 1 to 4 weeks ago
  • Yes, I've had it for 1 month or more

Q244

If you regularly experience an increase in general abdominal pain after eating a meal, roughly how frequent and severe is this increase? 'Occasional' means less than half the time after eating; 'frequent' means more than half the time.
  • I don't have pain / no increase / don't know
  • Occasional mild/moderate pain increase
  • Frequent mild / occasional moderate increase
  • Frequent moderate / occasional severe increase
  • Severe increase in pain after most/all meals

Q245

UPPER-LEFT abdomen: Do you experience discomfort or pain behind the left rib cage that sometimes or always becomes worse after eating?
  • No / I only have pain when I eat / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, mild pain becomes moderate pain after eating
  • Yes, mild pain becomes severe pain
  • Yes, moderate pain becomes severe pain

Q246

UPPER-CENTER abdomen: Do you experience discomfort or pain in the epigastric (stomach) area, below the breastbone that sometimes or always becomes worse after eating?
  • No / I only have pain when I eat / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, mild pain becomes moderate pain after eating
  • Yes, mild pain becomes severe pain
  • Yes, moderate pain becomes severe pain

Q247

UPPER-CENTER abdomen: If you experience discomfort or pain in the epigastric (stomach) area that becomes worse after eating, what best describes this pain?
  • Not applicable / pain only after food / don't know
  • Pressure
  • Burning pain
  • Sharp, stabbing pain
  • Dull, nonspecific pain / not sure how to describe

Q248

UPPER-RIGHT abdomen: Do you experience discomfort or pain behind the right rib cage that sometimes or always becomes worse after eating?
  • No / I only have pain when I eat / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, mild pain becomes moderate pain after eating
  • Yes, mild pain becomes severe pain
  • Yes, moderate pain becomes severe pain

Q249

LOWER-LEFT abdomen: Do you experience discomfort or pain above the left hip that sometimes or always becomes worse after eating?
  • No / I only have pain when I eat / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, mild pain becomes moderate pain after eating
  • Yes, mild pain becomes severe pain
  • Yes, moderate pain becomes severe pain

Q250

LOWER-CENTER abdomen: Do you experience discomfort or pain at the top of your pubic area that sometimes or always becomes worse after eating?
  • No / I only have pain when I eat / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, mild pain becomes moderate pain after eating
  • Yes, mild pain becomes severe pain
  • Yes, moderate pain becomes severe pain

Q251

LOWER-RIGHT abdomen: Do you experience discomfort or pain above the right hip that sometimes or always becomes worse after eating?
  • No / I only have pain when I eat / don't know
  • Rarely / a few times a year
  • Yes, mild pain becomes moderate pain after eating
  • Yes, mild pain becomes severe pain
  • Yes, moderate pain becomes severe pain