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Have IBS. Constipation, soft stools, pain in tailbone, leg pain. Correct diagnosis?

I have an embarrassing problem. my doc says its ibs and to watch what i eat but i d
isagree having read up on ibs .
When Im having a bowel movement. it feels like it gets
stuck. but i don't mean Im constipated Im not. even if i have very loose stools
it gets lodged so i can't wipe properly. also my tail bone is very loose
painful when Im sitting any length of time. i also get it
pain in my legs while having a bowel movement. is it ibs? its
been years now
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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NEW STUDY SAYS IBS IS CHRONIC INFLAMATION OF DIESTIVE TRACT DUE TO COMMON FOOD LIKE ILK AND WHEAT IF IT IS LONG TIME IT MEAS MILK
WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY FROM DIET COMPLEYELY YOU WILL BE GETTING EFFECT FROM 3 WK
IF NOT GO FOR BLOOD SERUM TEST FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR MILK WHEAT POTATO RICE AND OTHER COMMON FOODS YOU TAKE DAILY
GO FOE ELIMINATION ORFOODS YOU GET HIGH LEVEL OF IGE
YOU EXPECT RESULTS IN 3-6 WK
Answered: Wed, 29 May 2013
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