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Stinging sensation in stomach, pain moving to different parts of stomach. Torn muscle?

Hi I ve been getting a stinging sensation in my tummy, I don t have to touch it for it to sting, it started end of September and seems to move arubd to different parts of my tummy, usually around left of belly button. It sometimes feel like someone is squeezing my tumm fat really hard. I had a baby end of August but everything went back to normal after but I do lift my 2 year old in and out of his cot, could I have torn a muscle? Would that be causing this pain and for this long? I went to a doctor who said its nothing. But I know my body and I ve never had this pain and sensation in my tummy before.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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You recently had delivered a baby due to which your abdomen might be lax.This gives rise to gases in intestine that causes sudden stinging pain.Avoid spicy and fried food.Daily walking for 45-60minutes will help in increasing tone of abdominal muscles .This will allow passage of extra gases out of intestine.Eat salads , fruits ,yogurt ,wheat porridge to increase fibres in food.Grind 2 tsp fennel,small piece of dried ginger and 2 tsp sugar - take 1/2 tsp of this powder twicea day.In medications you can take T Gasex (Himalaya) - 1 tablet 2 times a day for 5/7 days.Drink plenty of fluid-8-10 glasses in a day.
Answered: Fri, 15 Nov 2013
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