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  • Posted By: tummyhelp
  • December 27, 2010
  • 10:01 PM

I have been dealing with these issues now for 2 1/2 years. I am exhaused! I have had 3 children and all 3 were c-sections. I had a large absess in my stomach after number 2 that almost killed me. I got that under control and then had child 3. About 6 weeks after the c-section I noticed small amounts of poop coming out vaginally. It only happened a few times and they told me I must have a fistula. We were in the process of moving so I decided to wait til we got to the next place to get help. Once there, I had more issues. Everytime I would have a period I would bleed rectally. This is still occuring. I have had ct-scan after ct-scan with every type of dye imaginable and came up with nothing. I finally gave up and decided to wait til it got worse. About a month ago, I had more fecies coming out vaginally and there was no mistaking it. I went to the ER, where I was told "You OBVIOUSLY have a fistula". They couldn't find it with a ct-scan again. I am constantly having bloating in my abdomen, and now I am experiencing lots of nausea with back pain, I have a white line on each fingernail perpendicular to my finger, and have also noticed these little tiny red dots on my chest and abdomen (about the size of a pen dot) they almost look like broken capilaries or somthing. I am also having pain in my clitoris during orgasm. I don't know if these things have anything to do with each other, but I am so tired of this. Can anyone help?

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