After i had my gallbladder removed i had more and more problems with drinking milk and eating cheese. I would always find myself getting sick or spending time in the bathroom =[ Until i had an odd pain in my stomach, It kinda felt like a knife was stabbing me..and ripping. It would make me ball up in fetal mode and cry my eyes out..Went to go see someone about that and he told me i had IBS. I didn't know what that was..i thought he said it was in my head (Like all doctors tell me) He said that if im nervous..sad or depressed it triggers it to act up. What i eat is the same way. I can't touch cheese and i can't drink milk already! what more can you take away from me. Well....raw veggies. (My favorite green peppers, squash, zucchini) even certain meats bother me..i had to give up alot of things...I don't know if there is a support group i don't know who to talk to to get more information about this.
My boyfriend of 8months is in the hospital with an inflamed colon and was bleeding..the first thing i thought of was Colitis. I'm really worried for him.View Thread
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