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Question: SIDE ACHES


 LLLL - Sun Sep 18, 2005 7:28 pm

I GET FREQUENT SIDE ACHES IN MULTIPLE PLACES OF MY STOMACH WHEN I RUN. I EVEN GET THEM JUST WALKING FROM CLASS TO CLASS AT SCHOOL. I AM NOW EATING AN ALL ORGANIC DIET, TAKING ALL NATURAL MULTIVITAMINS. STILL I GET EXCRUSIATING ACHES IN MY SIDE WHILE DOING ANY KIND OF EXERSIZE. IT GETS SO BAD AT TIMES IT HURTS TO BREATH, TALK, OR EVEN STAND UP STRAIT. I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT IF YOU CAN TELL ME WHAT I CAN DO TO PREVENT THESE AWFUL PAINS I GET EVERYDAY. THANKYOU SOOOOO MUCH! :D
 Dr. Heba Ismail - Fri Sep 23, 2005 6:49 am

Hello,
It sounds like muscle spasms/cramps, but someone has to examine you.
Have you spoken with the school doctor about this?

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