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    Can someone help me? (Digestive issues)
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    paytonabbott posted:
    Hello! I'm having some issues I though if ask for advice. I've always had digestive issues my whole life, but I'm now 15 with some serious symptoms. My stomach looks about 10 months pregnant. It's very distended and I'm getting very back cramps from my bowels and my uterus area. I'm bleeding In between period and they are very intense, back pain, but I am not pregnant, I've never been sexually active. I'm peeing constantly and I am not constipated, I had bowel movements almost three times a day. Please help!!
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi Paytonabbott,


    I'm so, so sorry that you are experiencing such discomfort. I am going to provide you with links to information that might help you but it sounds like you should really consult your doctor as soon as possible. You shouldn't be struggling with these symptoms and the sooner you get them addressed, the sooner you will hopefully get some relief.


    You have a quite of few symptoms. You should plug them into WebMD's symptom checker. It will be able to narrow down which conditions could be causing your symptoms. Click here to use the symptom checker .

    Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

    Have you told a parent or a guardian about these symptoms? Maybe they can make an appointment for you to see a doctor so that you can get this treated.

    Please update us once you've spoken to your doctor.


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