What are some gastrointestinal tract disorders that include abdomen pain and loss of appetite?

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Abdominal pain and loss of appetite are very unspecific symptoms.They can stem from pretty much any disorder in thegastroinstestinal tract, and even from disorders elsewhere in thebody. A common gastrointestinal infection by rota- or noroviruses("stomach flu") for example can feel bad but might cure itselfafter a few days. Irritable bowel syndrome can cause recurringpains and could be caused by a variety of issues.

Occassional abdominal pain or loss of appetite can happen justbecause you ate something that didn't agree with you. If you haveprolonged pains or seem to have lost your appetite completely, youshould urgently see a doctor to determine where the problem lies.
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