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Severe stabbing pain in back, stomach. Took Penodine. Partial hysterectomy done earlier. Reason?

I have recently started having severe stabbing back pain during the night this also causes stomach pain and feel as though I have been kicked in the ribs several times by morning, The back pain dull's down during the day. I recently had a partial hystorectomy 2 weeks ago. At first it was like very bad indigestion or period pain. It is bad enough to keep me awake and I have taken Penodine forte the last 3 nights which is very unlike me to even take a panodol.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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Hi Dear and welcome to health care magic....
Dear it is most probabally noth a back ache,with stomach trouble .....but it is stomach pain which radiate to the back ....
pain due to ulcer on post abdominal wall causes stabbing pain in the back ....
and it is notorious to occur at mid night time or after meal....
cap omerrazole 40 mg once aday half hour before dinner for 2 weeks will resolve the problem ...
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