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I have had abdominal swelling and pain for about 6 weeks. The swelling/bloating continues and I have pain when I eat. I also have cramping. I can eat very little. I am having normal bowel movements. My Abdominal/pelvic CT Scan was normal, just the same things that they have been following for a few years. Blood work was normal. I saw my gynecologist who said all was well (I am in menopause). My gastroenterorolgist said he isn't sure since my CT Scan was normal. I don't want to go on meds or pain meds just to help the symptoms. I am not sure what I should do next. I can't sit straight for too long without a lot of discomfort. I look about 4 months pregnant.
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