Hi, I have not been diagnosed with anything because the doctors say I am fine. I had a colonoscopy and they found nothing, but I still feel like there is something not right. I am really bloated on the left side where my stomach is and it is very hard my doctor didn't seem to be much concerned about it. I feel my problem is upper digestive but trying to get someone to listen to me is very frustrating. I don't have solid bowl movements they are always loose, it is very rare that they are solid. I have pain before I take a bowel movement and sometimes feel like I am not finished but I am. Can someone please give me some advice, I really need to kow if someone else out there is having any of the same problems I am..View Thread
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