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I am 37, 120 lbs., 5'8". Alternating loose stools with constipation with occasional "normal" bowel movement. Very painful ovulation pains. Right sided hip pain. Constant dry palms of hands and soles of feet. Thinning hair. Regular, light periods with dry clots in beginning. Cold often with tight feeling in chest. Also have pelvic organ prolapse from childbirth.
you should see your doctor for a careful physical exam.
You need a pelvic exam, rectal exam, check for blood in the stool.
your doctor can then decide if you need labs, and xrays such as a pelvic ultrasound.
I hope you feel better
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