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Teenage side stitches

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 6, 2006
  • 04:27 PM

My 15 year old son started having problems with right side stitches this year while running or even walking at a brisk pace. He is a goalie on a select soccer team; and was picked up by his school varsity team this year. He is able to play in the goal but when it comes to practices and running laps for conditioning he continually gets a right side ache. His coach is threatening that if he can't parcipate in practices he can't play. We have gone on line and read everything we can about side stitches and tried everything but nothing has worked. We have even been to the doctor several times, had chest xrays (to determine if there was a bone injury) but nothing. We know about drinking water and how much and when ... we are stumped. Anyone know what really works?

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  • Stitches in the side when walking or running can be caused by waste build up on the inner lining of the bowel. Even a mass the size of a pea can cause unbearable pain as it causes the bowel to spasm.Conventional investigations dont pick up on such things and people have gone years with pain and no diagnosis for a mysterious undetectable cause of pain. Some never get diagnosed.A visit to a naturopath who can do an uninvasive bowel massage helps to dislodge any masses that may be present; painful but very affective.It is advised to evacuate the entire bowel before such a massage.After a massage a few good helpings of plain yoghurt are beneficial for settling, healing and replemishing the bowel of good bacteria.All the best.Agape,searchingsam
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