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Weight gain, no bowel movement, bloating, swollen feet. Hard to breathe when going to bathroom

I feel like last week when I bent over I pinched my intestine on my left side, between my hip and my ribs. I have now gained 10 lbs in the last week and I have taken relax for the last three days with none to little bowel movement . I feel completely bloated and extremely huge. My feet have been a little in the swollen side, it is like some one is pinching and when I go to the bathroom it s hard to breath.
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Thanks for your query.
Pinched in your intestine may be from the exes gas and no bowel movements.
You need to stop using foods that create gas, like:
milk products
foods that contain fats
foods that contain sugar
alcohol and caffeine drinks
You need to use in your diet ,like :
liquids(2-3 l per day)
and make activity for about 30 min a day
If the symptoms do not elevate you need to take medication as;lactulose(for constipation)or espumisan(for exes gas)
Hard breath and swollen feet can be from cardiac problems,you should consult with a cardiologist.
Take care of your self
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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