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Please help me someone??

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 9, 2008
  • 11:52 AM

Hi, i am a 19 years old female and for the past year and a half i have had quite a few health problems. i have never been the healthiest person, even as a child. (I was born a month premature). It all started with mild stomach pains that gradually got worse. Then the pains got worse, i was felling sick and tired all the time. I got a laparoscopy to test for endometriosis (Cant spell very well!). This was due to the high level of it in the family. Both mum and grandmother had histerectomi very young because of it. This came back fine though. As time went on, the pain has got worse! I have had a barium enema and colonoscopy which came back fine also. Now doctors are stumped.... The pain is still getting worse, with severe abdominal swelling especially around the pelvic area and middle stomach. I am naturally petite (5ft tall and weigh 7 stones). If anyone could suggest anything it would really help, as this is starting to make me very unhappy and i am missing alot of college.

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  • This is an unusual suggestion I'm sure, but go to a website called www.releasetechnique.com and order their free CD on how to "release". It works on stomach problems and just about anything else as well. I do not work for them or anything but my friend tried this after years of just what you are describing and she is fine today! And a co-worker of hers with colitis did too. He was just about to get fired for all of his absences at his first job due to his stomach problems. He credits this with saving his life. Good luck to you!
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