Ibs

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anyone with ibs would just like to ask where you get the pain

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    I have had IBS (loose stools) for about 14 years, since I was 15ish. I was given loperamide (Imodium) to help bind but would have cramps around stomach area near belly belly button area, sometimes making me physically have to lean forward and hold/rub my stomach area.

    Since I started taking several supplements and sertraline for anxiety things have got a bit bitter

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    Hi , I've suffered with severe ibs for years , and I always get the pain all over it digs through to my back my hips it can cramp everywhere 😦 , loperamide/Imodium do help , i was prescribed many different things over the years that never really helped , i could barely eat alot so in the end I chose not to eat alot, then 2 years ago it was discovered i also had diverticulitis , unfortunately only found this out through emergency op as my bowel had perforated.

    For me I felt like the doctors didnt quite grasp how much pain I used to be in and how little i could consume before gut wrenching pain and diarrhoea closely following food consumption. Even drinks hurt my bowel , i only have half my bowel left but still have ibs. I am learning to use Imodium half hour before a meal to defer pain and diarrhoea,

    Where do you get pain ? Do you know the problem foods are you till trying to assess that one .

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    My IBS pain is all over my abdomen and it moves about. I have also had four different types of pain. I have experienced both constipation and diarrhoea. If I can't go to the loo, I eat lots of fruit and when I get diarrhoea, Imodium helps.

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    It usually starts with gas and is preventable with certain foods such as home made chicken soup, white rice, hot tea, and others. It is best for each individual to consult a registered dietician or nutritionist for a diet that is personally suitable.

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