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Does not eating meat cause stomach pain ?

Hello, my name is Tudy I am 31year old.I weigh 65 and my height is 1.6. I dont eat meat and it has been 14years since I last had meat. I only eat fish and i also dont use a lot of dairy products.resently i have been getting bad stomach pains on the right side of my stomach. I have been to a doctor three times and he always just gives me medication for the pain. I have never been like this before, I am now not sure if my stomach problem is because I dont eat meat? this is all new and it would happen twice or three times a month. then it would go away. I now dont know what to do, please help.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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Hi, Tudy,
Thanks for query,
As there is pain in right side of abdomen we should rule out chronic appendicitis,some kidney problem.
Go for ultra sound and find out the cause.
ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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