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    Kblackmon93 posted:
    Yes, I am currently having stomach problems. It feel like I have to throw up but I dont and when I eat my food get stuck in my upper stomach but when I drink something I can feel the coldness going down in my stomach and yesterday I urinated llike every other 5 minutes. My stomach is hot. I put my hand on my stomach and it felt something vibrating like a pulse. Can someone please tell me whats wrong!
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    georgiagail responded:
    Unfortunately, an Internet forum can't tell you what's wrong. And what you might feel putting your hand on your stomach is something as simple as blood running through an artery (thus the vibration like a pulse).

    Have you considered getting this checked out medically?

    Gail


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