Last three days I have had a sore stomach. Kind of feels like I done some sit ups. I haven't exercised in years. I first noticed it on my lower left hand side of my somach. (right above the waist line of my left side). Now it seems like te entire stomach is a little sore and and sore when I push on it. Is this serious and what should I do.
I have been eating a little but not much. This may be a seperate issue that I have from time to time as well: Sometimes when I eat, even if I don't eat too much I feel super fool as if I just pigged out. Kinda feel bloated from time to time even when I don't over eat. I do have asthma.
I also seem to have a hard knot right under my rib cage in the center. It is hard and I have had this for a few years now. Seems to get irrated when I over eat or am extremely stressed.
Any suggestions or help would be appreciated. Thanks to any advice given
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