OH MY God i am shocked to read all this infact its terrible ,,,,, i also have the sameeeeeeeeeeee thing i dont even need to right my problem at all as i am passing on from the same symptumps what is the solution i know about IBS but what to cure it even my wife is a dr and she told me it is un curable deseaes yet becasue it is not as dangerious but still i need to rectify it and for this i need to get the solution , my wife say u need to walk eat fiber and use a relaxing life style but i am a very busy person i cant do all that every day my job is hell stressed ,.... but i think this is the only sollution if ylou keeep consulting dr they would just make money out of you my suggestion is to change your life style and start taking fiber as much as you can and have exersize as mch as you can .
i also have almost similar symptoms but not that much severe this is clearly IBS ,, you have that desease i am shocked to see your symptums becasue these are almost same like me ,,,,, freind i try to control it using fruit and vegitables but as you said you are not getting correct using it you should to use other method of dietry fiber like whole grains , wheat brans lentils etc ,,, and please stop making strict plans and stop taking tention and planning start living an un planned life all at random belive me you will see the improvement becasue stress and tentions casue IBS more severeView Thread
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