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Is lactic acid a cause of stomach pain for person doing regular workout ?

I m 15, about 5 seven, 169 pounds, and have had no real medical problems. I m an athlette, and for some reason this morning I woke up with a sharp pain in the middle of my stomach. Now I had a 45 minute work-out yesterday, we did mainly core and upper arm strength. I can t be pregnet because I just recently had my period and I m a virgin (never even had my first kiss xD). My parents tell me not to worry, but I just want to ask someone who knows what there talking about. Could it lac-did-acid?
Asked On : Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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welcomr to HCM

it seems to be gastritis.

take lot of water. have small light food.avoid spicy junk foods

you can take cold milk also.

if you want medications then antacids like tab ranitidine is helpful

if your pain not subsiding in a day or two consult a doctor.

take care
Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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