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I have been vomiting for about one day with pain between appendix and bladder

I have been vomiting since yesterday after eating lunch. The mouth of the esophagus hurts and my stomach feels full. In addition, since this morning the area between the appendix and bladder hurts. Could it be a strained muscle due to vomiting or the appendix?

Asked On : Sun, 31 Jan 2010
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  User's Response

constipation. when was your last bowel movement.  if you are clogged up it will have no where else to go but up. chances are the pain in your belly by your bladder is a strained muscle. so is your question about the strained muscle or the vomiting.  chances are you have a 24 hour flu or you ate something bad for breakfast


Answered: Mon, 1 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response

appendix is very painful acute condition and with that you will not be able to tolerate the pain and you would have been in the hospital and operated by now.

Answered: Mon, 1 Feb 2010
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