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Negative pregnancy test, movement in stomach, cramps. What is it?

HI I have taken several pregnancy tests and all are negative but I have been feeling movement in my stomach and cramping like I m on my period. I have had my period consistantly even though my last one was only for 2 days but I m constantly feeling this movement as it is becoming an everyday thing...can you give me a clue as to what it could possibly be?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Hi thanks for writing to health care magic.
Every abdominal pain and cramps could not be due to pregnancy
Cramps and pain, before and during menstrual period is a normal phenomenon.
Pain and movement in stomach could be a different issue.
It could be due to acid peptic disease (hyperacidity).
It is better for you to get yourself examined by a physician, to establish the cause of your abdominal cramps.
Meanwhile take tab pantoperizole 40 mg in the morning.
Hope I answered your question
Answered: Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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