Been having lower abdominal pain and cramping, had large uterus not pregnant! Had scan, it came back clear, what happens now?

? IBS. 30's female notes "lower abdominal cramping" & wonders why. Intestinal pain is generated by stretch & spasm of intestinal wall smooth muscles. These irritable bowel activities are likely driven by aberrant autonomic nervous system impulses; resulting from neural impingements caused by lumbar & pelvic joint subluxations; begotten by mechanical injury, childbirth, & Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. .

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