Hi - I've been having mild upper abdominal bloating and mild discomfort for a few months off an on. I normally have about 2-3 bowl movements a day and all are normal with an occasional light green stool. Today I'm feeling the bloating under my ribcage with what feels like gas pains all over my abdominal area. Other than the mild bloating under my rib cage I can't really pin point a specific pain area. I haven't lost weight or anything. Only had one bowl movement today and it was dark green and I noticed the water in the toilet turned a bit green. The bloating is uncomfortable but mild enough that it can be ignored for the most part. I've have bad heartburn which I don't feel as long as I take one or two Prilosec's. Which I've taken for roughly five years or more. What's going on?
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