hey, sounds like you are ok man.
have you tried a mild laxative yet?
I know it sounds bad, but try a Fleet glycerin suppository.
see if that helps the ab discomfort some
drop me a note here
talk to you soon,
hey, I get this way sometimes.
are you feeling constipated some?
or just not going very well?
drop me a line, I'll tell you a mild lax to try if you want.
I am on yahoo messenger now....my name
or you can drop me a note here
I dont usually give my number, but it's 717-542-1204 if you can't find me on here.
talk to you soon buddy,
That has happened to me some man.
Are you still feeling full some?
I took a mild lax here, it has helped a lot.
Drop me a note here, I'll give you the name of it.
I am on yahoo messenger too: Sprystu.
talk to you soon buddy
I dont usually do this, but my cell is 717-542-1204 if you can't reach me here.
Name's matt here
talk to you soon buddy, bye for now
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