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drains was posted 03/17/2017 05:20 pm by carlton
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In reply to what happens after they pull the drain, I used to think the same thing especially after I started getting really sharp pains in the lower stomach right nest to the drain line after I had stopped draining to the bag. I thought well I'll just drain a little out and the gas would go out with it. After doing that successfully a couple times I realized at this rate I'll never take the bag off, it will always be an emergency gas reliever. I stopped using it that day, the pain came back a couple times and then disappeared. I can't wait to get this line out of me and if I have to have it reinstalled, at least I can tell them where it goes, Lol.

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