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Severe pain in the stomach, rib cage and nausea after severe exertion. Is this normal?

Hi, my name is Anna. Im 28, high 164 cm, weight 58 kg. Im joyned a gym few days ago, going there 2 times a day, doing some leg and arm exersices, and some sit ups from possition upside down, than having 30-40 mins intence swim in a pool. Today all day i have seviere pain in my upper stomach , in bottom of my rib cage, when i touching it, feels realy soure, just like i have bruses. I feel seek, but not vomiting . Is it normal? can i continue my exersice regime true the pain, speciay sit ups, or should i wait till it goes away and start again?
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Hi, Kiskcold,
Thanks for query.
Initially for few days this problem is common due to over fatigue muscles.
Gradually you will be alright.
But I think that you are doing over exercise.
30-40 minutes of any exercise daily for 5 days in a week is enough.
You are doing same exercise twice a day plus swimming.
Cut down your exercise once a day only.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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