Well, stomach cramps may not be really due to fibro. Debilitating cramping pain in upper abdomen is usually due to gall stones or severe acidity and in lower abdomen is due to kidney stones, trapped gas, ovarian cysts (burst or twisted) or bladder and urine infection. If she gets the pain again or is still in pain, it needs to be properly investigated. Take care!
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Unfortunately Ifind it pretty common for doctors to discount, or "not hear very well' when it comes to a younger persons pain complaints. I would take her to a new practice, hopefully find a good doctor therein who will actually take the time to listen to you and your daughter. Good luck, better doctors can be found, you just have to be a patient. Get it patient! .... Ha, ha, ha. Seriously though, good luck, and take care,
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