I had surfed all over the internet for information on this topic, finally I know I am not going crazy. I have the "phantom fetal kicks" but only when I try any abdominal exercise. I also, have pain on my lower left side, ONLY when I lie down on my right side, it gets to a point where I can not stand it and when I go to bed I can only sleep on my right side or on my belly. However, what has me terrified is that I am seeing blood clots in my stool, this is happening specially when I have more than two alcohol beverages, or when I have a party where I eat spicy or fatty foods. I am terrified to go to the doctor, although I was told that I have a redundant intestine. What do you think this sounds like??? Please help. Frightened mom.View Thread
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