I had the worst stomach problems for the past 8 years. I am happy to say I have been IBS free for the past 7 months. I can't help but pass on what helped me and hope it helps someone else. I lived with the stomach nightmare for 8 years. Stool samples, colonoscopy, lotronex, X-rays, barium drinking, elimination diet, etc. Finally I was in the grocery store and a natural doctor gave me her card. I was skeptical as anyone would be and honestly it took me 6 months before I broke down and went. She ran some quick tests and gave me vitamins. It was so ridiculous how much better I felt the next day. I can't believe how normal my life is now... I couldn't remember how good this felt. I was a kid when I felt this good.
What she gave me was:
Candidastat Phytostan (from Integrative Theraputics) Probiotic (Integrative Theraputics) and HCl (don't know who made this)
The only thing I take now is the Digestive enzyme.
Turns out I had a terrible yeast overgrowth. No doctor could figure this out.
After paying the $250 for the natural doctor... I looked in her cabinet of goodies that she prescribed and ordered everything on amazon. WAY CHEAPER!
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