Searching around for help. Found your post of over a year ago. I hope by now, a year later, that you've had much improvement. I have similar symptoms to yours...almost out of the blue. Colonoscopy 4 years ago reported redundant colon. Will be going in Friday for endoscopy/colonoscopy. Curious before I see my doc if you discovered anything that I might discuss with him. If you don't mind you can reply directly to me at jkditmer AT comcast . net Best regards to you.
Just a quick note to say hi! Just thought that I should tell you, I had a laproscopic assited vaginal hysterectomy in 2005, leaving only my left ovary due to excrutiating right lower quadrant pain and bizarre cycles! Just one more similiarity:)
Just a quick note to say hi! I ve the same problem like you.I ve redundantcy of transverse,descerding and sigmoid colon. I feel very depressed! Can you help me to solve my problem? I feel like going to surgery, is that ok? Here's my email ***@**** Thank you.
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