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Extreme pelvic pain, cramping and sweating. Greenish stool. History of partial hysterectomy. Advice?

I have been experiencing extreme pelvic pain lately. I feel as though I need to go to the bathroom but can't. I cramp so bad I cry and sweat. When I finally can go it will only be a little and I will be constipated then a little while later I have to go again and it is diarrhea. I have been having green stool. I am not sure if this is something with my only ovary or more intestinal issues. I had a partial hysterectomy years ago because of a cyst. They took my right ovary and my uterus. Any suggestions on what is wrong with me. At fist this happened every now and then now it is happening really frequent
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Green stool may be a normal condition or it may be a sign of intestinal disorders. Normally, bile, which is yellow-green in color, is secreted to help digest the food, and as stool transits through the digestive tract, it gradually changes color into brown because of the normal digestive mechanisms. Infections that cause diarrhea, such as Salmonella food poisoning, cause the stool to pass through the intestines quickly, not giving it enough time to turn brown, and thus the appearance of green stool. Stool may also be green due to medication use, such as iron supplements, antibiotics, or laxatives, or due to ingestion of foods with green food coloring.
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