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Large intestines can not move into your head, so you have nothing to worry about there
As the thread you posted discussed, the only way for intestines to get in your chest is for there to be a hole in your diaphragm. This hole would make it very, very difficult to breathe even if the wayward intestines "dropped" back where they belong.
While, from what you have posted, I do not believe you have a hole in your diaphragm, the best way to rule out this condition would be with a physical exam by a doctor and, if indicated, a chest xray
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Not sure if you received my reply. I was wondering if you have any sense of what might be causing the symptoms I'm experiencing.