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Feel something moving in the stomach. Tubes tied. Have fibroid. Have vaginal hemorrhaging. Large clots. Suggestions?

WHAT COULD BE A MOVEMENT IN THE STOMACH BESIDES PREGNANCY? I AM 59 YEARS ILD WITH 5 KIDS OF NORMAL DELIVERIES AND NOW HAVE NOT HAD A PERIOD FOR 3 YEARS AND MY TUBES HAVE BEEN TIED FOR 22 YEARS I ALSO HAVE FIBROIDS THAT MAKE ME HAVE VAGINAL HEMORRHAGING AT TIMES WITH LARGE BLOOD CLOTS THE SYMPTOMS OF MOVEMENT ARE AROUND THE NAVEL AND UPPER STOMACH
Asked On : Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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Hi ! The movement felt in your abdomen could be due to your intestines having spasmodic contractions which could be due to some pressure effects or may be without any cause as well. The fibroids may not be related to this symptom of yours though you are suggested to get them treated at the earliest due to chronic blood loss. If the sense of movement persists, then you may have to get yourself reviewed by your family physician. Take care.
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