Daniel from Utah

Ludlow, MA

#1 Feb 25, 2007
I had problems for years which hospitized me two times. After the second time I changed my diet extensively but IBS would still flare up occassionally. I tried lactose free milks but the problems still persisted so in 2005 I stopped drinking milk and eating most dairy products on a regular basis and since then I feel much better and have no flare ups. I now use soy and other non dairy milks and take a regular dose of Primadophilus. I still occasionally have regular ice cream, etc., but only once or twice a month.
rose from new jersey

Sicklerville, NJ

#2 Apr 13, 2007
i wish they could cure my ibs ive had it for 12 years now im very tired of going to the bathroom 10 times or more a day..
ive been to 3 doctors for this they can not find anything that will help my problem. ive taken many diff. meds they dont work now im on a depression pills but not helping either>>HELP...
Sadie

Long Branch, NJ

#3 Apr 23, 2007
rose from new jersey wrote:
i wish they could cure my ibs ive had it for 12 years now im very tired of going to the bathroom 10 times or more a day..
ive been to 3 doctors for this they can not find anything that will help my problem. ive taken many diff. meds they dont work now im on a depression pills but not helping either>>HELP...
Have you tried acupuncture. I find it helps w. stress, which is worsened by
IBS D attacks
Tracey

Memphis, TN

#4 Apr 29, 2007
I saw a gastrointerologist a couple of months ago. He did some blood work on me and found that my red blood cells were shaped abnormally and that my body is not absorbing the nutrients from the food I eat. He mentioned that the RBC problem was more than likely the result of a folic acid or B12 deficiency. It appears that all of this is related to the IBS.
el-tigre

Amarillo, TX

#6 Jan 22, 2008
My doc gave me B12 injections when I had all my IBS problems and it really helped... I was amazed. I still do them today to keep everything smooth, but I just order them online.
sandra

Burnley, UK

#7 Jan 26, 2008
can ibs cause a pressure feeling in your back?
lost_weight

Amarillo, TX

#8 Jan 31, 2008
Sandra,
I think IBS makes everything feel worse. It's a horrid disease and I really despise it. The bloating and swelling alone presses on the spine and pushes your organs up, out and down...
sarah

Cobourg, Canada

#9 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.
Ashley

Ojai, CA

#10 Dec 11, 2012
IBS can be healed naturally if you follow a specific system. Just like your skin heals itself if you get bruised or when your bone regenerates itself if it gets broken, your stomach and digestion system can do the same. The bloating and stomach cramps happen because your system is broken and you are not allowing it to heal. I read this free e-book at http://stomachsolution.com/ibs where she explains what you need to do.

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