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Getting sever abdominal pain after eating raw salted almonds and tuna fish sandwich. Looking for cure

Yesterday I ate a small bag of raw salted almonds around 3pm, a few hours later I had a tuna fish sandwich on pita bread. Shortly after that I developed the most intense and sever upper/mid abdominal pain and cramping I ve ever experienced. I did move my bowels, but for the amount of pain I was experiencing it was not very much. I did not seem to have gas. Today I m feeling a little better, but the pain is still there, it is just tolerable and intermittent. Should I see a doctor?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Hi,
FROM YOUR DESCRIPTION IT SEEMS THAT THE FISH YOU TOOK MAY BE THE CAUSE OF YOUR SYMPTOMS.
THE SYMPTOMS MAY BE DUE TO SOME INFECTION CAUSED BY THE FOOD THAT YOU TOOK MAY BE DUE TO SOME CONTAMINATION OR INFECTED ITSELF
BETTER TO CONSULT DOCTOR AND FOLLOW ADVICE .
HOPE YOU BE ALL RIGHT BY THIS TIME .
Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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