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I woke up the other day with muscle soreness across my body (right to left) under my belly button right by my hip bone level. I don't think it is from working out because I worked out 3 days before that and only ran. (No muscle conditioning). I don't know what it could be! I tried searching it online and nothing was helpful. Please help me!!
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We're not doctors, so we can't diagnose any aches and pains for you. But with unexplained pain that persists for a couple of days, it's generally a good idea to check back with a doctor.

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