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been havn the pain on right side since hysterectomy in 2007 but just went to doctor about it in may 2012 because it was really hurting pulling from navel area to around my back had ultrasound and hida all test done came back normal pain left for a few days but still feels like i gota foot stuck in my side and cannot eat a full meal but has gained about 50 lbs and have torun tothe restroom after eatn almost anything even to haven a pack of nabs from diarhea (diarrhea) to soft stools . if everything is normal and i might eat on anormal day special-k n morn with skimmilk a cup of coffee then hr later bottle of water later a pack of nab n water then chicken and a salad why am i gaining instead of losing weight.is there something else the doctor should be checkn me for
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