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In 2007, I had abdomen surgery..I was diagnosis of colic vasculature around the spleen to the bowel . There was disruption of the colon area of my bowel. Now...today my stomach is bloated as ir I were 3-4 months for years...I want to know how can I lose my stomach me being a slim women...Im young and is tired of looking pregnant...Thank you...


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replied December 29th, 2016
General Q and A Answer A59884
Bloating is due to collection of air within the intestinal lumen, which in your case is more likely due to delayed bowel movements.

Use of activated charcoal supplements like Charcocaps or simethicone can help to reduce your bloating .

Consult your doctor if you are not helped with the above medications


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