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    i wake up with stomach pains
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    bobbychaos posted:
    Hello, I wake up with i guess i would call it cramps been going on all week. it started and i woke up and threw up yellow bile i called my mom she said i was most likely dehydrated, I started drinking a bunch of water and it got a little better. now i am having stomach cramping i don't know whats going on with my body but if anyone knows let me know plz. I am 25 male.
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    rlobell responded:
    Dr.'s r always telling my 7 year old to clean out the colon. Miralax is natural and will not be bothersome is what they tell me. To drink a capful with water or apple juice at breakfast and lunch, some may have to have more. The back up of stool can make someone sick, like cramping and vomiting.


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