Okay so here's the history - Ever since I was 15 I've had a stabbing pain my right abdomen. It gets so bad sometimes that I become incapable of walking.
It only happens though when I consume certain food/drink however. But I don't know what is in these products that is causing this pain and irritation. I'm hoping a professional can help me here.
No it is not appendicitis...I've been to the doctor about 15 times thinking it was, and in all cases wasn't.
My side hurts, Lower right abdomen; Think it is my intestinal tubes/GI tract/digestive system
It only hurts when I consume the following:
****However: I can drink strong spirits such as vodka/tequila/etc without feeling this pain. So it's not the alcohol content
Random foods - specifically processed/fatty/cheap
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