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Stomach Pain? This Map Discovers What Could be The Problem

Stomach pain is one of the most common pains that affects over 90% of people, from time to time. The strength of the pain does not always mean that it is something serious, and vice versa. If you feel pain for more than 2 weeks, you should visit a doctor.

Some of the reasons for visiting a doctor are long term vomiting, diarrhea, long term flatulence and blood in the stool.

Pain in the stomach is any pain felt in the area between the chest and groins.

Here is a photo where you can find some of the diagnosis:

map stomach

Less serious difficulties

 A couple of different causes of pain and some less serious triggers of discomfort are different intolerance of different kinds of food, constipation as a result of lack of movement and irregular nutrition, food poisoning, gastritis or intestinal/gastric virus.

One thought on “Stomach Pain? This Map Discovers What Could be The Problem

  • September 15, 2015 at 11:52 am
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    This is a useful tool to help narrow down what abdominal pain might signify.

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