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    Upper and Lower GI issues
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    vbaxter35 posted:
    I am having a Endoscopy and Colonoscopy done here soon do to bleeding and not knowing were its coming from and ramped indigestion, a new symptom I have developed in a large amount of movement in my upper left abdomen that feels a lot like to movement of a baby kicking around, its not painful but concerning. Any one have any idea why I am experiencing these weird movements?
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    V. BAXTER

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    CalGal37 responded:
    The upper left abdominal area is where the transverse colon 'loops' and becomes the descending colon. Many people find they can have a lot of gas/discomfort in that region. That might be causing the movement you're experiencing.


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