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Over the past few years, i've been experiencing severe stomach cramps which appear to be getting worse. Last week I was rushed to A&E with these cramps as they were crippling, the doctors couldnt find anything wrong other than an X Ray showing I was, for lack of a better word, full of feces. I dont understand this exactly because I go to the toilet regulary (once a day) but having recuuring and exrutiating stomach cramps in the lower right side of my abdomen, followed by vomiting and cold sweats, doctors claim I have gastroenteritus (sorry for spelling) but this has been going on for several years now and they will not acknolwedge that.

My question, is there any way to pass this excess feces that wont come out under normal conditions?



Thanks in advance


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replied May 24th, 2010
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Thanks for using this forum....

If yu are having them everyday these are no gastroenteritis for sure...The x ray with faeces is one time discovery must have been done without giving a medicine for clearing the stomach one day prior and is not of concern...You should meet a gastroenteritis to sort out the problem ,maybe some lower gut issues..difficult to predict without doing certain tests...

take care...


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