9% of children suffer from a condition known as functional abdominal pain. Dr. John Campo at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is looking for ways to treat this unique and often misunderstood condition. Possible treatments being explored, include cognitive behavioral therapy and medications, like Citalopram, which control serotonin levels.
I also feel like coughing some. There for awhile I had real bad stomach pain and blood. That part got better, but I still have light stomach pain and light chest pain right in the middle, plus I feel like coughing some. Any idea what could be causing the chest pain? I’m wondering if I have an ulcer in my digestive system. I figured it was in my stomach, but maybe there’s one higher. Any idea?