Health & Fitness
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I would really like to start running (I am absolutely terrible at it). The problem is I get REALLY bad side aches whenever I run. It's always in my right side just under my rib cage. And the pain is usually so bad that I have to stop and just stand there without moving until it goes away. Sometimes I can go 10 minutes without getting one. Other times I barely make it 10 seconds. Eating/drinking before the workout doesn't seem to effect it at all. I can't quite figure out why I get them sometimes and other times I don't. But more often than not I do. Well it's pretty hard to start a running program when you have to stop every time you start running. Anyone have any suggestions as to how to prevent these side aches?