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Belly button pain, hurts more on eating, pain usually at night causing disturbed sleep, normal blood and urine tests. Cause?

hi, I got the upper and lower belly button pain, it hurts much after eating and calm when i m hungry,tain pain feel like cramping, all the blood test and urine test were normal. The pain occurs strongly at night and always wake me up in middle of my sleep, i m taking some pain relief but they don t seem much help.what is this pain?
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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This seems like peptic ulcer. First and foremost you need to set your dietary habits and lifestyle right (in case if there is dietary indiscretions and too much irregularity in life in general including stress/es). In addition you also may have to take appropriate medicines. If pain does not respond within a couple of weeks or so, then you may have to go for endoscopy. Anyway. You should do all these things only after you get physically examined by your doctor and consequently if he advises you so. I have suggested a few things only on assumption based on your complaints.
Answered: Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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