New Here IBS-C

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hi all,  I have been suffereing with IBS-C for about 8 years now and yes things have eased up and i am not so stressed,  but i am still strugging to empty my bowels,  my dr said i have non sympom IBS in that i don't get any spasms but i get bloating and constipation, not as bad as some but uncomfortable all the same, i can have a week without going or some weeks i can go 3 times a week,   i take lanzoprozole,and i take metfomin for PCOS plus i have buscopan when needed and fybrogel that does't seem to work very well,  i am also a little stuck on what foods i should be eating to help IBS-C any advice on what helps would be gratefull, food and med wise

 

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    I am in same boat currently trying different methods to help regulate flax seed with evey meal seem to help plenty of fiber an fruits. Seem to be working at the moment
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      Yeah got that my self Just started littlr then uped once the cramping went I know how u feel I really feel for you.have you ever tried digestive enzymes with papain ;amylase. lipase pepper mint oil an betaine. it help me less crampimg my stomach helps digest foods whatt take longer . Hope it helps hope u get things better soon 😃
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    I have gallstones. Before I was diagnosed a GP thought it was either IBS or Gallstones. Not sure now whether I have IBS as well as a gallstone but symptoms are obviously similar.

    No idea about dieat for IBS I'm afraid but for Gallstones it is low or no fat.

    Take care and keep us posted

    Sarah

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