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IBS, resurfacing symptoms after treatment, have sudden pain one part of stomach, frequent urge to pass stools. Treatment?

I have IBS problem. Once my doctor has recommended me to take one TSP of Lactihep Syrup. I have taken this syrup for 6-7 days and recovered. after a span of 2-3 months, I am facing almost similar problem. Some time - sudden pain in one part of stomach or another part. After having stools 2-3 times a day, I still feel a need to go again.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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IBS IS NOW A DAYS N NEWR STUDIES EXPLINED BY CHRONIC IRRITATION AND INFECTION BY ONE OR TWO COMMON FOOD COMPONENTS WE TAKE DAILY
IF YOU GO FOR BLOOD SERUM TEST FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR MILK WHEAT RICE POTATO CHANA EGG NUTS
ELIMINATE 1,2 OR 3 COMPONEMTS COME IN TEST COMPLETELY YOU WILL GET MOST HELP AND REVERSAL OF DISEASE
TILL THEN YOU CAN CONTINUE WITH THE THERAPY YOU ARE TAKING
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