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Child having abdominal pain, constipation. Prescribed medicines. Suggested due to anxiety after shifting places. Can it be IBS?

hello, my daughter is 11 yearsold . 2 months back we shifted from dubai to paris. after coming in paris 3 weeks she attended school an d then started pain in abdomen. initially doctors said here it is gastritis . they gave her syrup debritat(tributamine), domperidone . with no relief then omeprazole with some relef. still she gets lot of cramps in her abdomen and has constipation . for constipation she takes forlax sachets. and for aciditity tab inexium 30mg at night. and has been given flubendazole form worms . Her usg abd was normal done twice. blood reports including sugar and urine reports are normal. stool reports are awaited. doctors says it could be anxiety related because of the sudden change in her surroundings including heavy winter in paris. please advise can it be ibs.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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it s ell condsistant with ibs
it can star at any timeatany place at any age with any substance
need to get blood serum test or specific antibodies for milk wheat chana potato rice nuts egg and other food of daily use
as the ibs is now taken as chronic irritation by commom food we take daily
eliminate them compkete to get recovery n few week time after elimination of foods according to test resukts
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