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    moving feeling in stomach but not pregnant
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    An_246206 posted:
    I don't think its gas because I always take a tum or anti acid tablet when I get gas because heartburn usually come along with my gas. I feel this movement the most when I'm laying on my stomach or sitting up sometimes. In my lower right abdomen the feeling gets tight then it starts to flutter or kick like something is in there. Someone please help!!!!???
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    georgiagail responded:
    This is either a muscle spasm or you are feeling food and liquid moving through your intestines.

    I sometimes get the same sensation and I don't even have a uterus any longer.

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    caschrank responded:
    tums and antiacids won't work for gas, use simethicone (anti-gas) you can get them at wal-mart or any pharmacy over the counter


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