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    Tranquiieternity posted:
    my son is nine, is the equivalent to a 13 year old in size and is complaining of lower abdominal pain, for one day. No fever, no horrible pains. He does not even complain about it unless he is not doing anything. It has been one day. I feel no lumps, no vomiting, a littleDiarrhea, no fever. This is a child that has never been to the hospital except for stitches to his head for falling once, and has had a seizure for his fever falling to quickly. that's it. a few times needing antibiotics but that's it in nine years, now his tummy hurts and does not feel better by going number two. any ideas? thanks
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Just saw your post - from 6 days ago. Have there been any new developments?

    It might be time for a visit to the doctor! If you've already been, please let us know the diagnosis.

    Sounds like you have a healthy son overall! And tall!

    Haylen


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