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I have really bad pain that i can't describe in my pelvic area (below my belly button) and i have been missing out on school and i haven't started my period yet. it's always between 8 and ten out of ten pain everyday and it doesn't move ever. It's always in the middle and it never moves. I have been waking up at night and never get enough sleep i have had a lot of tests and nothing is showing. Even when i am in pain i try to get through it and smile thats why one of the doctors didn't believe me that i was in pain. I have been taking endep 10mg and it doesn't help me sleeping and the pain is just about a 7 all day but i would be happy if i could concentrate during class because i have exams in 2 weeks and i haven't been going to school. the pain has been her for 3 months and i am only 13. Can't you please help or answer something because there has been no answers.

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replied September 29th, 2011

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Abdominal pain can be due to various reasons as gastritis,intestinal infections,food allergy,stress etc.Try using hotmocompresses as it works in releiving pain.Take Tums empty stomach in the morning and observe for changes.For pain you can take Ibuprofen.
Get a USG scan done to rule out any cause.Avoid stress and anxiety as it will aggaravte pain.
Kindly visit a Physician for evaluation.
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