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I have a burbning sensation that comes and goes just to the right of my belly button. My skin is sensitive, like with a shirt touching it. But, if I touch it, it feels fine. The pain is sometimes, but rarely sharp. The pain sometime shoots to my back, like my mid area from the belly button to the edge of my ribs. Most of the pain is like abpout 4 fingers to my right from my belly button. What coul dit be?
Tiadawn is right, it is time to see a doctor. The area you are talking about is where your appendix is, this does not mean it is your appendix for sure that has the problem, it could be another organ or it could be something completely different, That is why Tiadawn is right, you need to have it checked out. Don't freak yourself out, just be seen by a doctor.
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