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  1. Hello,
    Welcome to medimetry.
    Thanks for the query.

    I can understand your concern and would suggest you to get yourself completely evaluated by a gastroenterologist for all possible causes..

    If everything comes out to be fine, it seems that you might have Functional Pain

    Functional pain is real pain that exists for more than 6 months and occurs with no evidence of a specific physical disorder (such as peptic ulcer disease). It is also not related to body functions (such as menstrual periods, bowel movements, or eating), a drug, or a toxin. Functional pain can be severe and typically interferes with the person's life. Exactly what causes the pain is unknown. But the nerves of the digestive tract may become oversensitive to sensations (such as normal movements of the digestive tract), which do not bother most people. Genetic factors, life stresses, personality, social situations, and underlying mental disorders (such as depression or anxiety) may all contribute to functional pain.

    Hope this helps.
    Take care.