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Have IBS. How can I make wind come through regularly?

I have been confirmed with having IBS , i know most of the trigger foods so avoid them but lately i have been having a lot of problems with my bowels. Either i get constipated or have dioreah but i also wanted to ask as i cannot find an answer anywhere. I do not pass wind very often once a day if i am lucky so i guess i have a build up of wind that causes my pains, how can i make the wind come through more regularly. I have had this wind problem since i was a child.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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ibs in new studies stae as common food iritation of git.
get blood serum test for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato chana rice nuts egg and other common food you take
elminateone or more foods coming in test and after few wk you will feel better i have treaed many like this
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