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Tessalynn

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  1. Please be persistent in demanding additional assessment. Ask your bariatric surgeon to refer you to a general surgeon for further evaluation. You may have developed adhesions (scarring), malrotation (twisting of a segment of bowel), or an internal hernia, and your pain could certainly be of other than gastrointestinal origin. I am a former gynecological surgeon, and your complaints are absolutely NOT “par for the course”. You should consider seeing a gynecologist and having an ultrasound to evaluate your ovaries. You absolutely must get the weight loss under control. Best to you, Newbie. Keep us posted

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