A 40-year-old female asked:
Upper stomach pain with nausea and bloating can't have a bowel movement with out laxatives and swelling of ankle and feet for 2 years painful to eat?
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Emergency Medicine 48 years experience
Sounds serious: You have several things going on, and unfortunately no one can really help you without examining you. If by "painful to eat" you mean the abdominal pain comes on whenever you eat, this could be an emergency, even if some of it has been happening for years. You need to be seen by a clinician. Good luck.
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