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The New York Times
Read this story of a little girl's battle with severe stomach pain, the mysterious genetic illness behind it and how she overcame it.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) causes stomach pain and bowel changes. This overview explains everything from symptoms to treatment of this chronic stomach condition.
Harvard Medical School
The American College of Gastroenterology recommends seeing a doctor if stomach pain wakes you at night or causes weight loss. Learn when to seek help here.
An ulcer is a sore in the stomach or duodenum lining. Ulcer symptoms can include stomach pain with a burning sensation. Find out more here.
Stomach pain is your body's way of telling you something might be wrong. This article gives information on symptoms, causes and techniques to reduce stomach pain.
Ask Dr. Sears
Children experiencing stomach pain usually don't require emergency treatment. Learn to distinguish serious and non-serious stomach pain in your child, and when to call the doctor.
Chronic stomach pain can be caused by something called nonulcer dyspepsia, which has similar symptoms to a peptic ulcer. Find out more about nonulcer dyspepsia here.
Did you know that stomach pain can occur anywhere between your chest and pelvic area? Learn about the causes of stomach pain in this abdominal pain overview.
This thorough overview includes 13 conditions that cause stomach pain, videos showing causes of stomach pain and drug interactions that can also cause stomach pain.
Stomach pain might be caused by organs other than the stomach. Look over this abdominal pain chart for possible causes of your stomach discomfort.
Wondering what might be causing your child's stomach pain? Infection, constipation and emotional distress are a few reasons for tummy troubles in children.
Complete Oriental Medical Care
Learn how acupuncture, Chinese herbs and meditation helped one woman conquer her chronic stomach pain.
Watch this instructional video on how to make peppermint aromatherapy oil for stomach pain or other abdominal discomfort.
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