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kalblndy

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Tummy tuck muscle cramping - Thursday, October 01, 2009 7:44 PM
I had a tummy tuck @ 4 years ago and ever since then I get the worst muscle spasm/cramps in my stomach. The muscle tenses up the size of a golf ball, in which you can see it on my stomach. Its  the worst pain ever. I can get if from a simple sneeze, laughing, after working out etc. Its obvious that its from the muscles being torn apart and sewn back together.
 
Has anyone else experienced this before? If so is there a way to fix it so that I dont have to go through the rest of my life with this type of cramping.  PLEASE HELP!!!

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