Re: Burning in stomach relieved by eating
Look into non-ulcer dyspepsia. Also look into gallbladder conditions. I am in the SAME position as you except that my burning pain comes on mostly at night. I have suffered this for 11 months with no answers. Acalculous gallbladder disease can cause indigestion type pain. See if you can get a HIDA scan. But seriously consider non-ulcer stomach pain. Basically my doctor describes it like IBS for the upper abdomen. It's likely caused by stress. I have fought this diagnosis for 11 long months and am just now finally starting to think maybe this is what I have. Who wants to think it's stress related? I don't. But it may be in my case.
Have you seen a GI doctor? Might be a good idea to see a specialist. They should explore all options.
My pain is not relieved by any meds. No Nexium, Protonix, Bentyl, antacids, etc. etc. etc. helps it. Is that the same with you? Mine seems to also be triggered by fattening foods. What triggers you?