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Possible cause for bloating, stomach cramps, pains, frequent urination? Unable to reduce weight after reducing food intake

what causes bloating ,stomach cramps ,pain in the mid section,hard abdomen to one side of the lower stomach,brown spotting, frequent urination ,involuntary small leaking,warmness,funny shape tummy,felts like something wiggling in tummy,cant sleep on stomach,don t want to sleep at night,cant lose weight despite reducing food intake,heavy boobies ?
Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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Dear Patient,
After reading, It looks to me that all this is because of overweight/obesity.If the person is not able to lose weight by self there are many surgical option available.Now a days weight loss surgery can be done through small keyholes in the tummy and part of stomach is removed.Patient lose around 70-80%of their excess body weight.Time to recovery is very fast.Overall post surgery the quality of life improvesdrastically. Prior to surgery, needs to seen physically and would require few test including endoscopy and also post surgery would require few vitamin and calcium supplements.
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