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Stomach and back pain, heard there is a muscle that goes from the stomach to the spine that may cause this pain.

My niece has been in and out of the hospital for several months now with severe stomach and back pain. When she has these episodes, she cannot keep any food or liquids down. After a few days, the pain will subside, she'll eat and be right back in the ER. She has been to specialists and spent a lot of time in the hospital. I've heard there is a muscle that goes from the stomach to the spine that may cause this pain. What might that be?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
one of the food proteins is reacting with body protein
it stars reacting suddenly may be milk
wheat potato
or othermajor food yu take
get allergy doctor advice who may get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato orother food
get the food withdrawn you can be bene fitteted
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