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Unable to chew, abdominal pain, back pain, no diarrhea, no constipation, no fever

I have been having major dental issues and unable to chew food properly. Since my last oral surgery , I have complained to my general practioner of pain in my intestines below the belly button after eating. This pain travels to the right and left flank. I also have back pain. I m still in pain after an hour after eating. It s every day and starting to be very draining. My doctor has suggested a colonosopy. Today I had mint tea to try and calm my stomach and now I have a buring pain. I have no diarehrea, constipation, fever.
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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As you say you have been having major Dental issues so does that mean that you arent able to chew food properly.. Are you having a good diet.?
Check these out with your dental surgeon first and also get a clonoscopy and an Ultrasound done of your stomach to rule out anything. Then take it further from there..
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Dr. Pankaj
Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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