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    Wandering Queeziness around my stomach
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    klogd posted:
    I have had a queezy stomach for almost a year. It's not a stomach ache, just a queasy feeling. Strangely, although it is usually in the middle of my stomach (under my belly button), sometimes it will move 6" to one side or the other and some time up to under my breast bone. When this "pain" does move, it's never in more than one area at any given time and it can move two or three times an hour for no apparent reason. I've been to heart doctors, gastrologists, had Cat cans and ultrasounds and taken many kinds of medication - nothing works. In fact, all the results were normal and, other than this "pain", everything else seems to be fine and working normally. Am I the only one who has had this situation?


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