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    Default Tummy pains.....

    Hi

    I hope its ok to post here.... not sure where else it would go?

    I have these really intense hunger pains in my upper tummy, like right under my boobs, I woke up with them and have eaten so much today and cant get rid of them... I have just eaten a huge big lunch but I am still doubled over in pain because of it.

    I keep pumping back the water and eating everything in sight (my work mates are giving me food to try and help) so I am eating alot more then I usually would in a day, in fact my afternoon tea fruit which I usually have around 3:30pm was eaten at 9am this morning!!

    I feel so sick having to put more food in my mouth but nothing will curve these hunger pains. It honestly feels like I havent eaten in a week!

    Has anyone had anything similar or know what it could be?
    The last time I had similar pains was when I was 18 and my appendix burst... obviously it cant grow back so I really am not sure what this is

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    Perhaps it is your gall bladder, if it is similar to the pain you had when your appendix burst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Zipper View Post
    Perhaps it is your gall bladder, if it is similar to the pain you had when your appendix burst.
    It is exactly the same pain just minus the vomiting... Would there be other symptoms associated with gall bladder?

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    I am now freezing cold, I drive home from work with the heater on 29.5 degrees and I was still shivering and my ribs are aching, like someone has thrown rocks or bricks at me, I can hardly stand up straight.... Flu season starting early maybe?


 

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