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History of abortion. Have pain when passing stool, constipation. Normal?

i was 1 month pregnant and had an abortion no pains,no cramps only when i have to go and pass stool and am not constipated only t,hat time i get unbearable pains,is it normal or serious,everytime i go by my doctor he not even exam me,he just keep saying everything is normal and giving me pain killers,am scared,what i should do,i dont have a credit card,can i get my answer for free
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

If you are not constipated (decrease in how many times you stool or hard stool) and experiencing severe pain when you stool then it is possible that there may a small tear or fissure at the anal opening.
If your doctor is not willing to examine your anal region to find the cause of the intense pain, then , if possible, you need to find another doctor who will do a proper assessment.
If present , you will be referred and easily treated

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Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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