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I have Lymphoma and have been on watch and wait for 18 months. In December I started to feel a little crampy in the lower abdomen and the Lymphoma Consultant sent me for a scan which came out fine for the Lymphoma and nothing else was noted. By mid January the cramps had become worse and the GP sent me for a colonoscopy - also fine.
=Can anyone tell me if IBS is likely to cause cramps (which are worse still) 24/7? I am a 69 years old female (full hysterectomy 14 months ago due to benign ovarian cysts), never have I had any gastric problems, heartburn, reflux, etc. I have been vegetarian for 40 years and have no other health problems.
I intend going back to my GP soon who has already suggested IBS but the medication didn't help so I am would just like the view of an IBS sufferer as to what the pain feels like. Incidentally I am not constipated nor do I have diarrhoea though I have had some changes in area.
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