i feel little pain in my upper right side of my abdomen
i do not know why i just had a pain in upper right side of my abdomen. i always working with my computer. i eat everything and actually honey butter cheese yogurt bread corn tomato water melon melon fruits (any fruit) i eat little vegetables and i eat little meat and also i love soup bread is also complete it i eat confections and chocolate but not more than standard every day i do bicycling every day but consecutive. then from last year i had this pain it confused me. i think when i was eating i had this problem. after that no. i do not have another problems. i am feeling OK and i just get up early morning and going to bed everyday at 1 am. i do not use food oil since 2 years a go. i do not use sugar or cubic sugar. i eat egg also but not more normally. i eat also nuts but i think monthly. everyday i take a shower.
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