Side Stitch

Definition of Side Stitch:

A sudden sharp pain, usually in the side, that can occur during exercise such as running; an intense stabbing pain under the lower edge of the ribcage.  It is also referred to as exercise-related transient abdominal pain (ETAP).

Also: Side Ache, Side Cramp, Side Crampie, Side Sticker, Stitch

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...the condition
“...They tire easily, are anemic, have poor dream recall, prefer not to eat breakfast, notice upper abdominal pain when stressed, and experience a "stitch" in their side if they run...”
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