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A stitch on the side

It took years for the medical community to learn what causes a sudden side stitch while running.

A stitch is what we call the sharp stabbing pain in the right upper part of the belly, just underneath the ribs.

With continued running, the pain worsens, but it goes away when you stop running.

The cause

Tim Noakes, scientist and emeritus professor in Exercise

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