A little past history for me. 6 Years ago I had exploratory surgery after 3 months of being told they didnt know what was wrong with me...a different story....The found that my bowels were adheased to my adominal wall. They seperated them and I immediately was better. Fast forward to a month or so ago. I noticed I was having a strange urinating sensation. It is really hard to describe. It usually is in the morning. I go to use the bathroom and everything seems like its coming out ok but I feel like I have to push to go and there is a heavy feeling, no sensation of release. This is not an everyday occurance but often enough that it scares me. I have had problems with laughing, coughing, running. Some urine comes out. I took my cranberry pills and did kegal exercises. Didnt help much. The last few weeks I havent been having normal bowel movements. Once in the morning but just didnt seem as much was coming out as was going in. I took some exlax and it didnt really seem to clean me out. I have been watching and making note of my movements. Just soft and no sensation of feeling better like normal. The last few days the pain has came up and a very active stomach. Alot of cramping, gas like pains in chest and under ribs, nausea, constipation, noisy stomach, Excessive appetite. I tried once again to use exlax. It didnt work for about 8 hours. I took double the dose in hopes that I would be cleaned out and against the advice of not taking if cramping and nauseous. I had a heck of a morning yesterday. Seemed to be cleaning me out well but not relieving the pain. I am still having cramps, sharp pains, nausea, and now it seems alot more burping. Not passing hardly any gas and had a small movement today even tho I ate fairly well yesterday.I have had the feeling of needing to go but no results. When I try to walk around and do things, the pain starts worse and the nausea kicks in. I have decided not to take in any food. I dont know if this is a good idea or not. Seems to me if food is causing the pain I shouldnt eat it. Even if I get quite vile when I am hungry. I am 5'6 130lbs. If that helps. I just dont know if this is related to my previous surgery and dont have health insurance or I would have already been to the hospital. Please help if you can.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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