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Stomach feels tense and hurts on not eating for a long time or keep sitting for long hours. Reason?

Hello when I havent eaten for 12 hours or more and I ve been sitting for all day yesterday and the day before and today as well. My stomack is very tense and hurts. Everytime I get up it hurts even more. What is it? I am eating cereal now but I don t know what to do and this morning my stomack was rumbling constantly but I let it pass.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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symptoms suggest that you are having gas and acidity problem... not taking meals for longer time leads to it. take omeprazole 20 mg plus domperidone 50 mg before meals twice daily...there is a herbal remedy to this -take small quantity of fenugreek seeds, asafoetida and red salt on your palm and swallow(do not chew) them with warm water at night before sleeping . you definitely be relieved by morning and if my friend if you do not find relief with in two days please see to some general physician...
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