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Stomach pain

Last week I went to the hospital and was rolling about in pain. I was extremely sore. They gave me a jab for the pain and it was better but I just don’t want it happening again. The pain was in my stomach. What can I do to prevent this so I can get better?

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The answer

Stomach pains can have many causes and without a diagnosis or any specifics there is no way to suggest treatment or preventative measures. The hospital should have informed your GP of your admission and treatment and any testing that has been done. Their diagnosis or theory of causes would have been added to this letter with any suggestions for treatment. I would suggest follow with your GP in regards to this. Hopefully this will help you.

Answered by the Health at Hand nurses

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