Hi,i am experiencing navel pain from last one or two months.Initially i thought that it is due to belt or jeans button but that's not the reason. This pain occurs in certain position only and not always.Pain is like pinching.Please help me.
You said you're experiencing "naval pain" and only in a certain position.
If this pain has been going on for 2 or 3 months, I would suggest it's
time to visit your family doctor to figure out what's going on. Good luck. Eve
You must have started studying very early, if you're a nurse at 18 years
old. You can't just visit a medical shop and ask for certain drugs.
Any nurse would know that a patient must be seen by his or her doctor
first. The doctor examines the patient and its the doctor who decides
what medicine the patient should have. Nice try. Evewisewoman
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