The strange shape, the large intestine is forced into, causes many problems.
The first cause is the fascia amputation performed without consent during an umbilical hernia repair surgery, when I was five years old.
This amputation of a piece of fascial tissue shortened the distance between breastbone and pubic bone and also the circumference of the abdominal cavity.
- a tightened belly volume, where the guts are cramped into and have to reorganize to be able to work at all.
- an always bowed down spine
- a lowered liver
- pressure on all the organs when belly is filled (which is normally always the case) the organs are: the urinary bladder, all the guts, all vessels (very high blood pressure)
- the strange shape of the large intestine causes daily obstipation
- the organs are too big for this surgically minimized abdominal cavity and block each other.
- the breast cage is been dragged down so have to stand very hunchbacked
- To digest I have to adopt an even more hunchbacked position, because when I bow down more, the volume of the abdominal cavity increases a bit.
- The guts press the diaphragm up and the breastbone is dragged down at the same time. breathing gets difficult and you breath very flat when the belly is full.
- this daily obstipation causes inflammations in the eyes which looks like veils and mouches volants and even lead to edemas behind the retina, which makes you almost blind.