Uni placement. (Teaching degree)

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Hello, Well this is my first post so if it is all a jumble then apologies. I started placement on the 18th (Monday) and was there on Monday and Tuesday but I have been off yesterday and today. I am having issues with my IBS, I seem to be having a flair up. I am feeling very bloated and very uncomfortable while being constipated too. In the first 2 days of placement i had to rush out while in class as I needed the loo urgently. I am worried as I have heard if I am off for 4 or more days then I will fail placement. Does anyone have any advice, please?

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RD

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    I think your nerves are getting the better of you and you have to learn to relax so your IBS doesn't flare up so much. You said you had to rush out of class to use the bathroom, but you also say you are constipated. That is an indication that your nerves are getting the better of you. Are you now constipated or are you having the loose stools now?
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    Try symprove it's a drink of multiple good bacteria. I didn't have a single attack after a couple of days of taking it. It really can change your life.
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    if its linked to nerves or stress 

    use a hypnoses cd daily for releaving anexity 

    and try a weekly course of accupunture to treat the cause of the ibs 

    if your loose use immodem to get you back in class if not deep slow breathing in thru the nose and out thru the mouth  

    find the source of you problem nerves or food 

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      you can use the breathing tecnic any time it does help even if you feel silly 

      its hard because i suffer with bouts to mine linked to my fibro and high anixety  

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    An urgent and private word in the Head Teachers ear might be advisable.

    It is not your fault that you are ill.

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