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Kink in bowel

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I had a kink in my bowel during my first pregnancy the baby had to be delivered 7 weeks early and i had to have surgery immediately after the delivery.That was 6 months ago i still get very painful stomach aches and often feel sick and dizzy coupled with cronic back pain.I am also losing my hair i have been diagnosed with thyroid problems and i am under medication currently please give me advise on what i should do and if any of this is normal. thanks


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replied September 28th, 2010
Abdominal Pain Answer A16361
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The symptoms are not at all normal and merit investigation..The easiest will be a sonogram followed by a barium meal follow through..You should consult a gastroenterologist for a detailed examination and diagnosis...

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