Weird abdominal pain

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I got very drunk around 5 days ago and i suffered from a terrible 2 days hangover in which i couldn't eat nor drink anything, I spent my days throwing up and feeling sick. The hangover eventually went away the third day and i felt much better and started eating again but the problem is i was left with this weird abdominal pain since 2 days and it seems to get a little worse after drinking/eating i also burp quite often which makes me feel better

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      Thank you for the answer, the pain is more like cramps and it's not really painful it's mostly uncomfortable and it comes and goes away.

      I've had a few people telling me that it's no big deal and it sometimes happens but i will surely book an appointment with a doctor as soon as i get the chance to.

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    Thank you for the answer, the pain is more like cramps and it's not really painful it's mostly uncomfortable and it comes and goes away.

    I've had a few people telling me that it's no big deal and it sometimes happens but i will surely book an appointment with a doctor as soon as i get the chance to.

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    It's probably gas from emptying your stomach with all the throwing up plus hardly eating for days. Drink hot ginger tea, try some exercises - lay on back,raise knees into chest and release or go on your hands and knees and rock back and forth. This should make you expel gas (burps)

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      Thank you for answering, i saw a doctor a couple days ago, she gave me a treatment which i've been taking and i also been drinking ginger tea after every meal but the pain doesn't seem to go away.

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