i was told a lot of salava somtimes means stomach ulcers because they can cause bacteria in gut have you had test s for this even gall bladder can cause upset ? im not one of those know it alls because i dont? but have suffered terrible with my bowels the only trouble is that tests seem to last forever and its no joke when your suffering if your like me ? you want them asap but i have had lots of tests to do with stomach and bowels they will get to bottom of it eventually lets hope its not too long good luck
are you getting dizzy spells as if room spinning is it altrnating between constipation and being runny also are you getting loads of rumbling in lower pelvic region are you getting lower backace in spine region if you are you may have pelvic floor weakness i have some of you symptoms also sometimes difficulty swallowing its just a thought its not nice good luck and hope you get speedy recovery
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