Ever since I had my colonscopic which now showed I have diverticulosis throughout my whole colon I have had bloating,gas, and it is painful. I did not clean out all the way even with a two day prep so the Doctor was not able to see some of the right side. Now I am wondering if something may have been missed or even if he did some sort of damage while using the scope. I did have a polyp removed. This has been going on for two months now. Before I had the test I was not having all these problems. It gets to where I can't go about my daily life at times.It makes me not want to eat and I usually use a heating pad to try and get some relief. I will have at the most two days in a row where I can almost feel normal and then it comes right back. So I have been sick for the majority of the time. Right after I eat my stomach bloats and stays that way. If anyone knows how I can get some relief please let me know. I go back to the Doctor this month and I hope he will do some more testing maybe an MRI, or CT scan and also a scope of my upper GI
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