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BREWMASTERBILL SparkPoints: (31,086)
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6/26/13 3:35 P

Sounds like a side stitch. See:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Side_stitch<
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Take a dump is always a great option, well spoken YOGINILMT

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6/25/13 9:40 P

Practice proper breathing technique, poop before running, and do some core exercises!

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6/25/13 4:54 P

I've taken up running again after a fairly long break and seem to be sliding back into my old routine with ease, except that I sometimes get a period-cramp like pain in my lower abs. It sets in after about 20 minutes of running and only gets better if I really slow down. I'm wondering whether it's a problem with breathing or weak core muscles? Can anyone recommend a solution?

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