I AM A 28 YEAR OLD FEMALE. I HAVE HAD A PROBLEM WITH MY STOMACH FOR 14 MONTHS NOW. I WAS TOLD I HAVE A LARGE DIVERTICULUM OF THE DUODENUM. IT'S RARE TO HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THIS CONDITION. MY STOMACH IS SWELLED LIKE I AM 9 MONTHS PREGNANT. I AM ON PAIN MEDS BECAUSE I HAVE SEVERE PAIN. IT HAS BEEN SO DISAPPOINTING TRYING TO GET HELP. NOBODY WANTS TO DO THE SURGERY. IF ANYONE HAS ANY SUGGESTIONS PLEASE LET ME KNOW. email@example.comReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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