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I came down with ibs in high school but didn't know it until I went to a different doctor when I was in college. He gave medicine that really helped, since I had my daughter I can't remember what it was called for I had to stop taking it when I was pregnant. I see a lot of you talking about back pain. I was having back pain too. In 1997 I went to see a chiroprator and I had found their is a spot in your spine that if it is knotted it causes stomach pain. I had less attack going in for adjustments. Stress, some family members, and the smell of strong smelly foods were my triggers. Its called food allutions, sorry spelled wrong. Its not that allergic to the food but the smell of it. One smell of my moms onion chip and I was sick for days. Seeing the chiroprator helped a lot. Getting on the meds helped. Avoiding food that triggered the attacks helped. Also what helped was when the family members that triggered it cut us out of there lifes helped. I hope this helped. If I can help just ask. I know ibs hurts.
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