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Swollen lines on the belly post workout - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hi
User :   i have a problem in my stomach
User :   few days back i started some excercise
User :   due to which i got some swlling lines on my stomach
User :   *swelling
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   fine
Doctor :   what is the problem now
User :   it is like some veins of stomach got swelled
User :   around 6-8 swelled lines are visible
User :   above stomach
User :   rest i dont have any problem
User :   what should i do?
Doctor :   so are you worried about the lines
Doctor :   what is the color of those lines?
User :   yes
User :   red
User :   are these due to exercise
User :   ???
Doctor :   It seems so
User :   what could be probable solution
User :   ?
Doctor :   they go on their own
Doctor :   you should not bother
Doctor :   if yoiu have pain or irritation

Doctor :   you can apply a moisturising lotion
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