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  • Could be gas, could be IBS, could be more serious, speak to your doctor.
  • It could be constipation, gas, overeating, stress, or muscle strain. Seek medical advice if the discomfort persists
  • Don't say that! I know two people who have had their appendix rupture in the past 6 mos or so! But before that I was having pains in my right side and it turned out to be hyperplasia and a cyst on my right ovary. But not cancer. Cancer came later in my right breast so don't ignore pains on the right side of your chest either thinking oh well, its not my heart! That goes for men, too! Men can get breast cancer too! Please everyone get your annual exams! That's how they found my cancer early and small! But like the others said it could just be gas. Keep track of how often it happens and when and for how long, bowel habits, etc. Those are questions the dr will ask and might even help you figure it out on your own even.
    • Victorine
      An entirely inappropriate response. Your personal medical history is irrelevant, and NO ONE HERE should be purporting to give any sort of medical advice to anyone. It's irresponsible.
  • You've not described it in detail. Even if you had, however, this would NOT be the place to get any medical advice. We are not doctors here. Contact your physician and NEVER ask questions about medical problems online.
  • Go see a medical doctor as soon as possible! This site is for fun NOT medical advise.

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