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Pain just about 2 inches right of belly button, pain comes and goes, diarrhoea, eaten Mexican food

hi, i have a pain just about 2 inches right of my belly button. ive had it for 1 day, it comes and goes, its not severe but im worried. it doesnt keep me up at night, i dont notice it when im in bed. i had a case of Diarrhea a day ago after eating mexicen food, i wonder if that might have anything to do with it, but thats gone now. i also lift heavy things in work too so i dunno. im just worried
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
is it associated with feelings of wanting to vomit, or vomiting after the unset of pain, reduced appetite?
if all these features are there then appendicitis to be suspected
other causes may be constipation or pulled muscle due to exercise
you take rest for some days from gym. and if its due to it then it will subside by its own
other causes may be diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease
so if the pain not subsides in a day or two then consult your doctor for proper examination and advice
take care

Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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