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Tearing pain in stomach

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I just started having these tearing like pains in my stomache just below my belly button.It started hurting after i ate and i stretched.I never had pain like this before what could it be?


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replied September 29th, 2009
Abdominal Pain Answer A7382
Hi
Welcome to the forum!
A pain in the stomach area that was felt below belly button and started hurting after eating and stretching could be due to a muscle pull. It could also be due to gas getting trapped in the intestines.
The other possibility is allergy or intolerance to something that you ate. Please consult your doctor as a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net. You may need to take a food sensitivity test.
Hope this helps. Take care!



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