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According to WebMD, stomach aches may be caused by a variety of issues, including indigestion, menstrual cramps, food poisoning, gas, ulcer or stomach virus. Seek medical attention if a fever is also present, if the stom... More »

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To treat a stomach ache, MedlinePlus suggests sipping water or clear fluids, avoiding solids, taking antacids, and avoiding pain relievers and fried, greasy or acidic foods. The cause of the stomach ache can affect treat... More »

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According to WebMD, stomach ache treatments include antacid medications if the pain is due to heartburn, or stool-softening supplements if the pain is caused by constipation. General stomach pain can be treated with acet... More »

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Common causes of stomach or abdominal problems or pain may include indigestion, a stomach virus, menstrual cramps, food allergies or gas, explains WebMD. People who have irritable bowel syndrome, constipation or diarrhea... More »

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Common causes of stomach cramps include indigestion, constipation, stomach virus, menstrual cramps, food allergies and gas. More serious causes of stomach cramps include ulcers, Crohn's disease and appendicitis, explains... More »

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Some causes of stomach or abdominal pain and soreness include indigestion, menstrual cramps, food allergies and ulcers. Abdominal pain refers to any pain that affects the area between the chest and pelvic region, notes H... More »

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Besides pregnancy, a fluttering sensation in the lower abdominal area could be caused by gas or indigestion, an infection, virus or food poisoning. Stress also causes fluttering, according to the Centers for Disease Cont... More »

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