Signs and Symptoms
Pain in Your Abdomen After Eating
If you have mesenteric artery disease, you may experience pain in your abdomen 15 minutes to one hour after having eaten. The pain usually occurs in the middle to upper part of your abdomen and may last for up to 90 minutes before going away. However, it will usually return after you eat again.
Other symptoms may include:
Symptoms of Acute Mesenteric Artery Disease
Symptoms of acute mesenteric artery disease include sudden intense stomach pain, vomiting, and diarrhea.