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Default VP shunt / abdominal pain

I had a bur hole done oct 2016. That failed and had a VIP shunt placed on the left side on Valentineís Day 2017. The min I woke up from my second surgery Iíve had SEVERE side pains. Sometimes itís on the left, sometimes itís in the right. Mainly the left side. I have been to every doctor you can think of with no help. I can barely walk when they are in full force. Anyone else ever find any relief or what the heck I can do!? Thanks!!!
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