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Pain around intestine, urgency to urinate and nauseas. Symptoms related to IBS?

I have been told I have IBS but I don t have typical symptoms of diahhrea and bloating . Instead I get a nervous stomach with contraction feelings in my intestines which feel a but like when your tummy flips over. This is then accompanied by an urgency to go to the loo, pains around the whole of my intestines - at different places at different times, an inability to eat (if I do I feel full after a few mouthfuls), nausea , and sometimes an acid stomach. In general it means I have to stop eating and drinking for between 2 to 5 days (only sipping water in tiny amounts). It s got o the point where it is ruining my life. I take anti anxiety medicine (propanolol) but not often. I take amitryptilene for back pain . I don t take anything else on a regular basis. Have you any ideas what this might be? Is it just IBS? Is there anything I can do? Thank you
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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IBS IS CHRONIC IRRITATION AND INFLAMATION BY ONE OR TWO OF FOOD COMPONENTS WE DAILY EAT
YOUR SYMPTOMPS ARE TYPICALLY OF IBS
IF YOU CAN GO FOR FOOD SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES OF VARIOUS FOODS LIKE MILK WHEAT POTATO RICE NUTS CHANA EGG OR COMMON FOOD YOU TAKE
AFTER TESTS ELIMINATE 1,2 OR 3 COMPONEMTS OF FOODS COME IN TEST AND AFTER ELIMINATION YOU WILL DEFINATELY BE BENEFITTED
Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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