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Pain should be checked by a medical doctor. Pain above the abdomen involves upper GI organs such as the stomach, duodenum, pancreas and liver. It can point to an ulcer, H. pylori infestation, or other upper GI issues. If stomach, pancreatic, or liver...
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Pain should be checked by a medical doctor. Pain around the belly button generally involves fermentation of food in the small intestine.
Pain below the belly button represents lower GI problems including stagnation of the small intestine or colon. A guided enema cleanse is highly useful in many of these cases. All pain symptoms should be checked by a qualified medical doctor.
The liver is located near to the right upper abdomen. You may experience aching in that area when the liver is inflamed or enlarged. Congested fecal matter in the colon may present as pain in the upper right side.
The cecum or 'second stomach' marks the beginning of the colon in the lower right abdomen. Pain in this area is usually due to stagnant digestion. The cecum may feel bloated or full. Eventually, a painful cecum could lead to appendicitis. This area...
The pancrease, stomach, spleen, and splenic flexure of the colon are in the left upper abdomen. If the pain is under the rib cage, it may be the stomach or spleen.
When you have abdominal pain, the specific region will tell you a lot. Pain located in the lower left side of your abdomen frequently has to do with the sigmoid colon, which lies in the lower left quadrant. The sigmoid colon is the section after your...
The lower back is a fascinating and intricate part of the body that is home to the colon, intestines, uterus, urinary tract, prostate, kidney and spine. Pain in any one of these areas can masquerade as a back ache. Back Pain from...
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