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After undergoing glomus tympancum surgery why I am having constant cramps and constipation ?

I have undergone a glomus tympancum surgery 2 days back. I am constant cramps in stomach. Gas is being formed regularly & having a tough time passing stool. Please advice
Asked On : Sun, 16 Jan 2011
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These problems can be due to drug induced gastritis. Drink plenty of water and avoid oily and spicy foods for few days. Also talk to your doctor and request him to prescribe you some antacids or to change the analgesics (pain killers).

Dr. Naveen kumar
Answered: Mon, 17 Jan 2011
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