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Sharp cramping pains in stomach, tongue hardened, low back pain. Reasons ?

Hey I have been getting sharp pains in my stomach for a few weeks now and tongue the last two days my stomach has gone really hard and earlier I had a cramping pain for about half an hour and then started to calm down and with it I also got lower back pain . It went off slowly after about 4 hours. I was also due on 2 days ago but I haven t came on yet. These pains are definitely not period pains! Could you advise me on what it may be!
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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hi ,

i have gone through your problems and i feel the pain is because of acid peptic disease(acidity) or because of biliary colic (due to gall bladder stones.please consult your doctor for anti acidity medications(PPIs) and for ultrsound scan which will tell about gall bladder stones, pancreas,kidney stones and other organs like uterus & bladder
take care,
Answered: Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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