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Intermittent upper abdominal pain, frequent bloating, belching, foul smelling flatulence, shoulder pain post spleen removal. Cause?

Hello Dr. Ghosh, I am kobby. About 6 years ago a had my spleen removed. After sometime, I have been feeling intermitent pains in my upper right abdomain, just below my ribs, with frequent bloating , belching as well as pains in my shoulder muscles. I often have flatulence with foul smell as well.Most often it seems to get worse after eating. Thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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Hello isdontwi
pain (Myalgias) associated with Sore Throat, Diarrhea &Vomiting with Rigor- need urgent treatment. Advice-Vaccination aganist Pneumoniae, Haemophilus Influnze,& Meningitis. simple pain -non specific frequent bloating, belching & flatulence with foul smelling- due to constipation ,amoebic colitis& aerophagia Advice- correct consption, colitis & prevent air during swalloing .
hope you will enjoy positive health. thank you.
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