Had bad pains since birth mainly after eating or drinking. Had a Gi series and was told that the barium is having trouble passing through small intestine. Had about 4 upper scopes and gall bladder test. What does it mean to have the barium not pass through small intestine properly? Why wont doctors do a colonoscopy since the 7 year olds dad and uncle have chrons and paw paw died with stomache cancer. 7 years, many test, and 3 doctors is long enough for this lil boy. Any advice???View Thread
Dr.'s r always telling my 7 year old to clean out the colon. Miralax is natural and will not be bothersome is what they tell me. To drink a capful with water or apple juice at breakfast and lunch, some may have to have more. The back up of stool can make someone sick, like cramping and vomiting.View Thread
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