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Acute stomach pain, movement in stomach, constipation. Cremaffin syrup prescribed. KUB test done, normal. Treatment?

I am female aged around 50. I had acute stomach ache a few days ago. I went KUB test ( Ultrasound ) which was normal.I still have pain in stomach which moves in stomach sometimes right, left and back. I also have constipation since last three days. Some one suggested to have Cremaffin syrup. Please guide. Email address: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hello! Welcome to HCM.
Yes, constipation can cause crampy pain in abdomen.
You haven't mentioned about fever.
Syp. Cremaffin is advisable if there is no abdominal distension.
I would recommend you to avoid hot/spicy food, bakery products, late night meals & alcohol.
Drink plenty of water & start regular exercise.
Consult your doctor if febrile/abdominal distension.
Hope this helps.
Wish you speedy recovery.
Answered: Sat, 21 Jun 2014
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