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What causes pain in waist?

Once in a while I felt a sharp pain in my left waist but when I burp the pain is gone..i already consult a doctor and they advised me to undergo whole abdomen ultrasound, urinalysis, transV for the ovary and xray.all tests were negative and has a good results. I m still worried because the pain is still there.
Tue, 1 Sep 2015
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Hello.
I have gone through your question and understand your concern. In my view, this could be due to gases as all abdominal organs were mentioned to be normal in ultrasound abdomen. Gas is a normal by-product of many of foods we eat and the air ingested along with food. Abdominal pain and that sense of discomfort usually subside on passage of gas and remember passage of excessive gas is also considered normal.
I would suggest a simple single dose of over the counter antacid available at your local pharmacy will help you with pain. Add pro-biotics to your diet like curd, butter milk and avoid foods that cause the symptoms of bloating or make you burp more. Hope your concern is answered. Thank You.
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What causes pain in waist?

Hello. I have gone through your question and understand your concern. In my view, this could be due to gases as all abdominal organs were mentioned to be normal in ultrasound abdomen. Gas is a normal by-product of many of foods we eat and the air ingested along with food. Abdominal pain and that sense of discomfort usually subside on passage of gas and remember passage of excessive gas is also considered normal. I would suggest a simple single dose of over the counter antacid available at your local pharmacy will help you with pain. Add pro-biotics to your diet like curd, butter milk and avoid foods that cause the symptoms of bloating or make you burp more. Hope your concern is answered. Thank You.