What Is a Stitch Pain?

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A stitch pain is a sharp sudden pain that occurs below the rib cage that often occurs in athletes. It is a painful stretching of the abdominal ligaments. The cause of the pain is not yet known in the medical world but many assume it is caused by what one eats before exercise.
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Rib Cage Pain
Rib cage pain may be sharp, dull, or achy pain felt at and below the chest and above the navel on either side. It may occur after an obvious injury or without explanation. Rib cage pain can be caused by anything from pulled muscles to a rib fracture. This pain may occur immediately upon injury, or develop slowly over time. . . More »
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