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    Not sure what is going on with me..
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    Anon_81297 posted:
    About a week ago, I noticed that I was having more stomach troubles than normal.. it started out as a sharp stabbing pain in my lower right pelvic region, and has progressed to a stomachache after eating anything, followed by diarrhea and mucus in the stools... I know I am not dehydrated because I drink water ALL the time! I usually have the equivalent of a can of soda a day, and then anything else I drink is water.. I have had digestive problems for about 3 years(diarrhea almost all the time) but the mucus in stools and cramping in pelvis has been worrying me... I am a 22 year old female btw, if that helps with anything...
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