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Frequent bowel movements, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Have IBS. Hernia near belly button diagnosed. Treatment?

My normal was about 6 weeks ago. I was always told that I had IBS. I would go to the bathroom about every 2-3 hours with small bowel movements almost every time. But for the 2 weeks I had diarrhea with lots of back and abdomen pain. Feels like I did a abe workout for to long. but that went to constipation that last around 4 days. Then I can finally have a bowel movement but it hurts really bad. Like my insides are going to come out to. That would led to diarrhea for the day. I have had a EGD nothing but acid reflex doctor said. I had an Cat scan shows a small hernia by belly button.
Another way to describe the pain is that my ribs are being pushed out from the inside. I can't sleep. I am nauseas all the time. I went from 170 to 147 in 6 weeks.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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NEW STUDY DEFINES IBS AS CONSTANT INFLAMATION TO COMMON FOOD LIKE MILK WHEAT POTATO CHANA ETC
GETBLOOD TESTS DONE FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FO MILK WHEAT POTATO AND OTHER DAILY FOODS YOU TAKE
GET ELIMINATED FOODS FROM DIET ACCORDING TO TESTS ANDYOU MAY RECOVER IN 3 WK TO 3 MONTHS
TILL THEN AVOID MILK AND DIARY COMPLETELT
WARM WATER
SYP GELUSIL TDS
NON OILY NON FAT DIETS
SYMPATOMTIC RX TO CONTINUE
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