I have woke up for months now with a "crampy" feeling n my stomach (thinking I'm hungry) and there for a while, I felt heartburn with it, which has my back hurting that sometimes its hard to get up n the mornings without my body feeling so sore (mainly my back). I have woken up a lot lately with severe headahces and they sometimes last all day even though I take aspirin free excederin every 5 hours (most of the time with caffeine soda, Pepsi or something) to try to get rid of it. I don't work, I just stay home with my 1 and 2 year old right now so I know its not major stress issues. I have been to the dr and she didn't think I have heartburn but says if I keep having the "crampy" feeling when I'm hungry, that I need to get back in there. I just don't know what it is and what its caused from. If you have anymore questions about this issue, please post me back. thanks for your time and input!
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