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Yes , I have abscess in the outer lower stomach

Yes , I have abscess in the outer lower stomach an has pockets of blood an puss that occurs off an on , an had prostrate cancer in '14 radiation treatment , along with a skin disease called Prunigo Nodularis ( nerve disorder in the skin ) . So this is what I'm dealing with , an wander if have analogy for I !!! M
Wed, 16 May 2018
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