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how does one differentiate between stomach ache related to what they ate and other stomach pains i.e period pains or ovulation related pains?

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Dr. Devandran Mudely
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History - Menstrual: Timing of menstrual cycle & food intake history are Imortant
Answered on Nov 18, 2019
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