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Have IBS. Numbness in legs. Constant pressure felt. Am I okay?

Constant pressure feels like anus had ultrasound on womb and ovaries kidneys didnt dshow anything ibs sufferer for 10 years been having pain often over 6-7 years now had episodes of fainting but ususlly pass stool then fine, last 2 episodes have left me feeling like i have a bowling ball inside me also numb down back of legs 36.f.5-2
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query

The symptoms you are suffering from is indicative of Inflammatory Bowel disease, I strongly recommend that you undergo a colonoscopy with biopsy of the intestine to know what exactly the issue might be.
You could also relieve yourself of the pain by using laxatives. Please approach a gastroenterologist as soon as possible

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Answered: Tue, 31 Dec 2013
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