Stitch like discomfort.............

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  1. bute69

    bute69 Well-Known Member

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    When I've been on my feet for a bit I get a stitch like pain/discomfort down the right hand side of my lower abdomen. Doesn't hurt if I sand still, but when I walk it hurts. If I sit down and relax for 5 mins it goes away. May then stay away for a few hours or start again after about 10 minutes. Doesn't do it unless I'm walking around outside for a while. Anybody else had this??
     
  2. Nurse 26

    Nurse 26 Well-Known Member

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    yep i get this alot, its totally normal, just stretching pains :) can be quite painful sometimes too but usually dosent last long :) xx
     
  3. mrsblue

    mrsblue Well-Known Member

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    I get a stitch pain if I cough hard. Also sometimes if I stretch out. x
     
  4. reillybaby1987

    reillybaby1987 Well-Known Member

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    yup I also get this alot!! can really hurt at times and I have to stop for a wee break lol xx
     
  5. bute69

    bute69 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks both. Pleased to hear it's normal. LOL!!
     
  6. tinks77

    tinks77 Well-Known Member

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    I always had it, it's saying 'SLOW DOWN!!'
    Normally when I was trying to rush around town on my lunch break lol
     
  7. tillzy69

    tillzy69 Well-Known Member

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    I have the exact same thing everytime I walk! Drives me mad!
     

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