Abdominal Pain

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Hi

I'm new to the forum and was recently diagnosed in December by colonoscopy follwing a rectal blled. Just wanted to know if my symptoms were common; I have abdominal pain that does seem to move from left to right, lower abdomen pain and pain just below solar plexsus. The pain is constant not severe but I am aware of it. 

Generally frustrated and obviously a little concerned as all the information I was given was a leaflet. I'm now taking fybogel following research on the net.

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    yes that sounds right... Along with daily 30 mg of fiber add at least 35 million active probiotics. 6 months symptom free. smile
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    Yes it is common I get it often I have control of mine with my diet I know it may sound odd but I never eat veg that is grown below ground with veg that is grown above ground for example I don't eat potatoes or carrots when I'm eating cauliflower or broccoli this seems to work well for me for my breakfast I have porridge with a hand full of bran this keeps me r

    egular so to speak. I also eat lots of fish and chicken and bananas are a

    Easy to digest just give it a try good luck

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    Hi David

    Sounds about right the pain you are getting that is sometimes its nagging sometimes painfull , you will find diffrent foods will trigger it so its best for a while write down on a bad fday what you have been eating that day and the day befor then leave it out for a while then if you have a good day do the same and eat more to see how it gos its all a leaning curve david and as boring and painfull as it is it takes time but you will get there if you need anymore help give us a shout.

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      Thank you all for replying I will try probitics and start the food

      diary, it seems that diet is key.

      I was confused with the pain as everything I have read refers to left sided pain but the major area for me is the solar plexsusand upper abdominal area with right, left and lower pain being secondary areas.

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      mine is more right a lot depens on how many pockets you have most have down left side i have them all round so get pain anywhere but mostly on right. so see how you go
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      i got a book off the internet its called great taste no pain by sherie brecia i have followed what she says and i barely have any pain just a few niggles but overall im ok she gives good advice in her book and a four day diet to get u used to the diet also a programme for when you are eating out try it it works for me

       

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