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You will need to have your family doctor examine you. It would not be possible to blindly make a diagnostic determination without the ability to SEE...
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Most definitely. A person can have a blockage of dry, hard stool (constipation), and still have a leakage of watery stool (diarrhea) around the hard...
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Hi from what your saying is tablets, well if they work for you and without you getting any accidents, you should be safe, but do read up on the and...
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Don't know.
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The appendix is part of the LARGE INTESTINE. The colon part of the large intestine is a bit south.  This is not a "legal perspective"...
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Of course you're scared. Cavalier and vague statements were made to you concerning a serious medical condition. Difficult as it may be, please...
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Hi Yes they sense movement and pain.Good Luck
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this is called edema and can  be cause by many things. i suggest u look up what can cause edema of the extremetie's ,  i hope i was...
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Maybe they are 50 cm and 30 cm high UP in the colon -- the location, not their relative size.  I have never seen a polyp the size of a...
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Push the insurance company. Do NOT take "no" as the first answer, and ask to talk to the medical director, or better yet, have your...
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Hi As its not passed in 4 days I would get to your ER, and get that checked out, but they might tell it will pass, just take this.Good Luck
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The colon doesn't really shrink, like in diameter or length, but you can have a change in motility (peristaltic movement in the colon)...
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What is "normal" for you, is not normal for someone with a colostomy. She is having a bowel movement for her.....
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ABSOLUTELY, and make sure they do a biopsy....only way I was finally diagnosed with collagenous colitis....best decision ever!!!!
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Hi The usual way of testing your appendix is the finger up your anus, they can fill it by doing that, but its normally well greased up so...
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