It's been going on for two days, we're on vacation, don't know where any doctors/hospitals are, very worried. She has been having pain in her head, lower back, below the abdomen, and on her left side. It started out her head and lower back was hurting her so bad we gave her antibiotics. We thought she had a bad migraine. She felt a little better and went to shop. She comes back and now her head, lower back, abdomen, and her left side are hurting her so bad she can hardly get up. I've cancelled out the conclusion of it being a migraine. We're on vacation and she feels really bad we've spent two days laying in bed because she hurts so bad. Also, when it first started I guess the pain was so unbearable she got naeusa. Please, any help or explaination to what she is witnessing would be great.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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