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What are the probable causes of movement in the right side of my abdomen extending to my lower back, fast spasm like motions.

What are the probable causes of movement in the right side of my abdomen extending to my lower back, fast spasm like motions.

See a doctor: Without a full history and physical exam, impossible to diagnose on internet. Go see someone soon and get assessed and treated. ...Read more

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I have a bulge in lower abdomen that is soft when pushed and appears when I do a sit up or make that kind of motion. No pain. What is this?

I have a bulge in lower abdomen that is soft when pushed and appears when I do a sit up or make that kind of motion. No pain. What is this?

Hernia: This certainly sounds like a ventral hernia: a separation of the abdominal muscles. permitting a bulging of the covering of the intestinal contents: mostly benign if not causing pain and quite common after abdominal surgery and or with excessive weight, obesity or weight gain. ...Read more

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Suffered from viral f loose motion and then acidity for few days.Took pills got well.Still feeling slight pain in abdomen-chest.Taking antacids once d?

Suffered from viral f loose motion and then acidity for few days.Took pills got well.Still feeling slight pain in abdomen-chest.Taking antacids once d?

What is the question: If you are feeling better continue what you are doing, if not see a GI doctor. You probably have a quite treatable condition but need diagnosis and specific therapy. ...Read more

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I have sudden abdominal flutter/twitch/jerky motion.Don't know how to describe. I am not pregnant. What could be the reasons, why does this happen?

I have sudden abdominal flutter/twitch/jerky motion.Don't know how to describe. I am not pregnant. What could be the reasons, why does this happen?

Consider: Although could involve primary gastrointestinal issues at esophageal-gastric junction, a neurological explanation could be diaphragmatic myoclonus, or leuwenhoek's disease. Rare, but possible. ...Read more