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Since my surgery over 7mos ago, i have been having an awful time going to the bathroom. I have a lot of stomache pain n a pulse in my left side by my bekky button. I have very few days where i feel empty n almost my normal size. mostly i feel full all the time,my stomache swells up my clothes dont fit me. if i takr laxatives to releave the full feeling. they just make my stomache spasum (spasm).i went to the emergency room about three months ago it was real bad. they said it was constipation n something to do with my rectume comming out. which i strain alot n it feels like im going n its my rectume i actualy have to push it back in. if i do go to the bathroom which i take alli to do so. i feel like i have to go when im done. please help i have no insurance n this realy worries me.
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