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I am not exercising but still feel pain in abdomen. Why is it ?

My abdominal muscles hurt as though I did 200 crunches or some other physical activity, but I haven t done any exercising in at least two months. Why do they hurt? I m a 19 year old female with a healthy weight, and healthy eating habits. I d hate to make an appointment with my doctor if this is something trivial, so I thought I d post my concern here. Just 10-15 minutes prior to the pain, I decided to try a diet Coke (I usually stick to water, milk, or 100% juices). I doubt there is any relevance, but I can t think of anything else I could have done that would have caused any pain. Thank you for your time.
Asked On : Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
the problem is due to sudden stop of exercise.dont do like this that is sometime ovre exercise &sometimes no exercise .do exercise in level.for your problem you can take balarist liquid 2 teaspoon 2time after meal for 1wk .
Answered: Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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