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What Causes Strong Heart Beats, Abdominal Cramps And Painful Breasts?

Hello! I feel a very strong hertbeat in my belly. I had took 3 urine test and 2 blood test, all came negative. I ve been having lots of abdominal cramps, I just notice my belly button got very dark in the inside. My left side of breast hurts so much. I don t know what all that means. Please help me understand.
Tue, 28 Jul 2020
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Hello,

As your pregnancy tests came negative, it has ruled out pregnancy. If I come across similar case, I usually examine the patient both abdomen and breast to look for any masses, and order an ultrasound to make sure everything is normal. Sometime, thin built individuals tend to feel abdominal aorta (main blood vessel in your tummy) pulsations, which is absolutely normal.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Arif N. Khan, OBGYN
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What Causes Strong Heart Beats, Abdominal Cramps And Painful Breasts?

Hello, As your pregnancy tests came negative, it has ruled out pregnancy. If I come across similar case, I usually examine the patient both abdomen and breast to look for any masses, and order an ultrasound to make sure everything is normal. Sometime, thin built individuals tend to feel abdominal aorta (main blood vessel in your tummy) pulsations, which is absolutely normal. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Arif N. Khan, OBGYN