Often, I experience a sharp pain in my right abdomen, almost to my side.
Finally, I was given an explanation but not sure if it for real.
At the point where the ascending colon makes a turn to be the
transverse colon, there is a slight twist at that corner.
I have been told that MY corner is tighter than most and gas
accumulates there and is painful until it moves on and/or is absorbed.
It can last for hours and hours sometimes. Does this sound valid
to anyone out there?
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