IBS. Pain and nauseated feeling

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Hello, I just have a question to you all who are suffering from IBS. I have been having IBS for almost 5 years now and the symptoms are getting worse. 5 years ago, I noticed that I had what you call it attacks almost every morning after breakfast. I would feel much better after the restroom use, but I would still have constant pain in my lower abdominal area(usually below umbilicus). The pain would not go away, it would just be there. ThE pain still exists to this day. The pain is not necessarily sharp, but it is still uncomfortable and affects my daily life. Two more symptoms I have are nausea and dizziness. I dont just necessarily have these symptoms when I am under attack (the time when I need to rush to restroom), I have them almost everyday 24/7. Theses symptoms get especially bad in the morning for some reason..

Long post short, do you suffer from nausea, constant abdominal pain and dizziness even when you are not in attack?

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    Nausea, cramps and dizziness but predominantly when I am having an attack.

    I can sometimes suffer from sickness without an attack but intermittent.  I also have intermittent cramp even when I am fine but once again not constant. I only get dizzy after a long attack or if I am under a lot of stress.

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      PS I eat better now. I have cut out meat, most teas, cut down on bread and eat more fruit and veg and drink camomile tea now and seems to have helped.
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    You can get enteric coated peppermint capsules you take before

    Food they relax digestive system stop cramps etc,

    I always take them, and check out Turmeric capsules all info

    online, great for inflammation, bloating, pain, the ones formulated

    with black pepper for better absorption, see if they are safe for

    you, probiotics, probiotic yoghurt.

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    I have constant dull stomach pain which is generalised.  Occasionally I get nausea if I have a flare up.  It was the constant pain that got me running to the doctor.  The pain varies depending on stress.  It was a lot worse before my IBS diagnosis.   Now it is a lot better. I rarely need medication.  Your symptoms are typical of IBS.  Some people get periods when they are not in pain.  However, everyone is different.
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