Sorry for confusion. My message should have read IBS C. I do have problems and have had for years of both but more so the IBS D than cinstipation..
I have received a number of recommendations from our provincial Eat Right department which I am reviewing. Also cutting back on lactulose to half a dose but staying on Metamucil and that seems to help cut down on bloating a bit. Hopefully I can stop lactulose all together and maybe just increase the Metamucil if required.View Thread
Have been dealing with a case of IBS D or maybe diverticulitis for a couple of weeks on and off. Doctor prescribed lactulose once a day and while it helps if I stop it and go back to Metamucil it returns. Only problem with lactulose is the bloating it causes. Wondering if there is another solution.
I see doctor again on the 9th of July.
As I am a 76 year old male I suppose some of ths goes with again.View Thread
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