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    crtpharmtec posted:
    HAVE BEEN HAVING SOME MOVEMENT IN THE BOTTOM RIGHT SIDE OF MY STOMACH, LIKE WHEN I SIT DOWN IT'S LIKE SOMETHING IS TIGHTENING UP AND FEELS REALLY WEIRD. TOOK 1 PREGNANCY TEST, I DON'T HAVE REGULAR PERIODS ANYMORE MAYBE 1 EVERY 8 MONTHS, TEST SAID NEGATIVE IT'S BEEN GOING ON FOR A FEW DAYS, I"M KIND OF WORRIED!
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi crtpharmtec,

    The best thing that you can do is to see your doctor or gynecologist for an examination. He/She will be able to use your description of symptoms along with an exam to hopefully determine what is causing this movement feeling. Please let us know what you find after your appointment!

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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