Abdominal pain

Everybody experiences abdominal pain in their lifetime. Mostly, this crisis subsides on its own and does not require medical attention. But sometimes serious ailments also cause abdominal pain along with other symptoms. Such conditions need to be treated by intake of proper medicines. A few examples of such ailments are: ulcer, gall stone, kidney stone, urinary tract infection, endometriosis, appendicitis and many more.  Labour pain is also a type of abdominal pain. Treatment of abdominal pain depends on its proper cause. The mode of treatment may range from medication to surgery or some other procedures. 


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