A chronic stomachache, for example, could be a legitimate medical condition.
If you eat too many of them, you may get a stomachache, but that's about it.
Many young children complain only of a headache and stomachache, without the characteristic sore throat.
Your heart rate will be up, you will perspire; you will have a headache and stomachache.
It is your job to interpret the tears into a cry for a clean diaper, a stomachache, or the need for a bottle.
Many children develop physical symptoms, such as dizziness, stomachache, or headache, when they are made to go to school.
Unexpressed feelings may surface as physical symptoms, such as stomachache, headache, and unusual complaint of tiredness.
Infants and children who do not vomit or complain of heart-burn or stomachache may have this condition.
Symptoms may be physical, such as a stomachache or headache.