It seems I followed all the symptoms of diverticulitis until a CT scan showed it was Epiploic Apendagitis. It is frustrating waiting to heal on its ownIs it possible to get Epiploic Apendagitis from a Colonoscopy?
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Jun 06, 18 12:48 AM
Ectopic pregnancy is the presence of a growing fetus outside the womb. It is a condition commonly seen within the first 6 to 8 weeks of pregnancy and most women who have this type of
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Abdominal adhesion occurs in up to 90% of women after gynaecological surgery and it is a common cause of chronic abdominal pain. See how to cope with the pain from adhesions here.