I've been having these tearing feelings with abdominal pulsing (just above the belly button) for almost 6 months now. When they started, I went to a hospital and, despite doing no tests whatsoever, the doctor assured me this was not an abdominal aortic aneurysm. I used to be a pretty heavy drinker so I assumed it was probably an ulcer. They have gradually gotten less and less frequent. However, any time I put ANY physical stress on that region (sit ups, pull ups, etc.), the I get a sharp, tearing pain there and it lasts for hours/days. Even just one pull up hurts immensely. What do you think it is and what should I do? I have no health insurance and a bunch of medical debt so medical care isn't really an option.
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