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    I feel like something is crawling in my stomach
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    Brig1975 posted:
    I hope you can help we with this it is an awful feeling. I wish I was pregnant but that is not happening Can you help me.
     
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    hackwriter responded:
    Dear Brig,

    I'm sorry you're suffering. You really need to call your doctor and report your symptoms. A doctor should examine you to determine whether your discomfort is MS-related or caused by another condition.

    I hope you feel better soon.

    Kim
     
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    Brig1975 replied to hackwriter's response:
    Thanks I am meeting with my Doctor soon and I will discuss it with him.

    Have a healthy day


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