Irritable Bowel Syndrome
StrayTheWizard

Morristown, TN

#1 Jan 26, 2010
Does anybody else suffer from this? IBS? If so I'd like your feedback. I know it is a very real painful condition and people make fun of you for it but it's not funny believe me!
old white man

Dyer, TN

#2 Jan 26, 2010
I've suffered from it going on 40 years now....I married one.
StrayTheWizard

Morristown, TN

#3 Jan 26, 2010
I've had it almost all my life too and I'm 40.
It keeps me from getting out of the house and living a normal life. Workin on it tho.
Peace.
pjb

Anderson, SC

#4 Jan 26, 2010
meh
LMAO

Mayfield, KY

#5 Jan 27, 2010
old white man wrote:
I've suffered from it going on 40 years now....I married one.
LMFAO... wow I really needed that laugh today thank you!!!
Ky Mom

Stamping Ground, KY

#6 Jan 27, 2010
There is medicine for this. You need to talk with your dr.
See a Doctor

United States

#7 Jan 27, 2010
Wizzie, we're getting tired of hearing about your bowels, damnit.
Phil McCracken

Madisonville, KY

#8 Jan 27, 2010
StrayTheWizard wrote:
Does anybody else suffer from this? IBS? If so I'd like your feedback. I know it is a very real painful condition and people make fun of you for it but it's not funny believe me!
Wizzie get you some fiber.
Wizzies Hero

United States

#9 Jan 27, 2010
Oh for the love of trolls!

He's back talking about his bowels again? Really?
topic change

Somerset, KY

#10 Jan 27, 2010
Get real drunk and you can bet you will go
I have it

Mayfield, KY

#11 Jan 27, 2010
After my gall bladder surgery it left me with IBS I strongly urge people who doesn't have it do the research for the ones who does have this awful diease it's not laughing matter.
prisonerInMyHome

Pineville, KY

#12 Jan 27, 2010
StrayTheWizard wrote:
I've had it almost all my life too and I'm 40.
It keeps me from getting out of the house and living a normal life. Workin on it tho.
Peace.
Im going on 40 and had it for about 22 years now. Ive been to and talked to every Dr. I could and I have taken meds for it but nothing helps. I fill like a prisoner in my own home. My family will go out and alot of times I can't go any where. I HATE IT!
topic change

Somerset, KY

#13 Jan 27, 2010
I have it wrote:
After my gall bladder surgery it left me with IBS I strongly urge people who doesn't have it do the research for the ones who does have this awful diease it's not laughing matter.
What are the symptoms of a Gall Bladder?
symptoms

Pineville, KY

#14 Jan 28, 2010
topic change wrote:
<quoted text> What are the symptoms of a Gall Bladder?
What are the symptoms of a gallbladder attack?
Gallbladder attacks can be both very painful and frightening. It is easy to understand why so many people opt for gallbladder surgery after experiencing even one gallbladder attack. But there are both natural supplements and natural foods that can manage gallbladder disease to help prevent both surgery and the discomfort of gallbladder colic.

Weekly tips on diet, products, research and lifestyle changes
Symptoms may include one or more of the following:
chest pain in the right side (caused by stones in the bile duct or inflammation or swelling of the gallbladder itself). Nausea or queasiness, vomiting and gas are frequent. There may or may not be belching or burping. The gall bladder, which sits just below the rib cage to the right of the stomach, is very tender to touch. It can be so painful that it takes your breath away.
You may not be able to walk without bending over. Sometimes the pain radiates through to the back shoulder blade on the right side or in the middle between the shoulder blades. This is pain from the gallbladder referring to the back of the shoulder. This back shoulder blade chest pain is one of the most common yet unknown symptoms of a gallbladder disorder. This can come and go or be constant. It may be sharp, excruciating or dull. It may also occur especially at night.
A gallbladder attack will typically last for one to four hours.

“Mindvirus”

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#15 Jan 29, 2010
I have had it for at least 10 years. I can't eat dairy, spicy foods, fried foods, or a lot of fat. The best treatment is to eliminate the trigger foods. You might miss them..but they are not worth the pain. Everyone's IBS is different, so foods that upset you..may not upset someone else. You can get pills from the doc, but all they do is calm the contractions in the bowel. Avoid trigger foods, and a doc friend of mine said to take Metamucil or its equivalent twice a day. It will help. Eat lots of fiber in the form of veggies, fruits, and whole grains. I hope this helps.
So True

Pineville, KY

#16 Jan 29, 2010
KJERSTIE has the best advice for you or anyone that suffers from IBS like myself, just stick with that comment she knows what she is talking about...
hello

Pineville, KY

#17 Jan 29, 2010
kjerstie001 wrote:
I have had it for at least 10 years. I can't eat dairy, spicy foods, fried foods, or a lot of fat. The best treatment is to eliminate the trigger foods. You might miss them..but they are not worth the pain. Everyone's IBS is different, so foods that upset you..may not upset someone else. You can get pills from the doc, but all they do is calm the contractions in the bowel. Avoid trigger foods, and a doc friend of mine said to take Metamucil or its equivalent twice a day. It will help. Eat lots of fiber in the form of veggies, fruits, and whole grains. I hope this helps.
Thank you so much for that Info. I have noticed that if I leave those types of food alone and leave the Cola alone and just eat Veggies and Fruits and just drink water, I do alot better.

“Mindvirus”

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#18 Jan 29, 2010
hello wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you so much for that Info. I have noticed that if I leave those types of food alone and leave the Cola alone and just eat Veggies and Fruits and just drink water, I do alot better.
Yes, caffeine and carbonation can irritate the digestive system. Coke is one of my weaknesses, but I learned to cut down to 1 or two a day. I drink water any other time. And you are welcome for the info. I know that anyone who suffers like I do, could use all the help they can get. Anything that brings you back to normal is worth it.
Lora

Cobourg, Canada

#19 Oct 8, 2012
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatment - http://ibs.digestivescience.com/ct/99781 Just wanted to write and say that I'm VERY satisfied with my purchase.
agree
#20 Oct 10, 2012
kjerstie001 wrote:
I have had it for at least 10 years. I can't eat dairy, spicy foods, fried foods, or a lot of fat. The best treatment is to eliminate the trigger foods. You might miss them..but they are not worth the pain. Everyone's IBS is different, so foods that upset you..may not upset someone else. You can get pills from the doc, but all they do is calm the contractions in the bowel. Avoid trigger foods, and a doc friend of mine said to take Metamucil or its equivalent twice a day. It will help. Eat lots of fiber in the form of veggies, fruits, and whole grains. I hope this helps.
Good post and informative.

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