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feel liquids going down, I can not find any information

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I am not in pain but I didn't know where to put this. Recently(at least 3 months) when drinking anything most notably cold drinks. It feels like it is running down my right abdominal wall. Lower then my stomach on the right side down near my belly button. I can not find any information about symptoms like this. It concerns me because it is on the opposite side from my stomach and it goes much lower. I already know if it was a ruptured stomach or esophagus. I would would not be typing this right now but what could it be? Any suggestions would be helpful.


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replied July 13th, 2014
Abdominal Pain Answer A48259
hank you for asking
Feeling of water running down abdomen is normal and is called peristalsis effect.when the pain is associated with such sounds then we call that borborygmi. Right now there is no pain .just keep the fluids intake judicious and avoid drinks and beverages of any kind.increase fiber intake. If you get any gastrointestinal discomfort line pain or loose motions etc then seek a doctor for fur there management.right now it is nothing to worry about.
Visit our gastrointestinal health centre for further guidance.
Take care


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