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Partially blocked small intestine, severe spinal stenosis, bowel movements normal but painful, no infection in blood. Why the pain?

hello i just found out that i have partially blocked small intestine, but ive been having bowel movements everyday more than once a day ...iam in alot of pain,and everytime i urinare i have blood in it... and this is not from rectum im positive... but no infection has been found in urine or no female troubles.. but my gyn did do a ulta sound and found blockage but my primary cant get me in till next tuesday,,,what should i do??? im still in so much pain???? i was asos wondering ido have three spots of moderate to severe spinal stenosis \can this cause bowel problems ??? i have taken norco for pain management is this part of problem??? but i need for pain im so confused???stenos is in lower back. thank you for your time angela
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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THE PAINKILLERS AND MEDICINES USED FOR SPINAL STENOSIS ARE CAUSING THE INTESTINAL BLOCKAGE
YOU NEED TO KNOW THE PRIMARY WHICH CAN BE DIAGNOSED BY DOCTOR YOU ARE CONSULTING
GET BLOOD SERUM TETS FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR MILK WHEAT POTATO OR COMMON FOOD YOU TAKE
IF THE FOOD PROTEIN IS CULPRIT YOU CAN AVOID ACCORDING TO TESTS
TILL THEN USE TRAMADOL MUSCLE RELEXTANT TABS
APPLY ANALGESIC GEL LOCALLY
USE LOW PROTEIN HIGH FIBER DIET WITH PLENTY OF FLUIDS
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