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Stomach makes loud noises, bad gas, nausea, tired. Diagnosed with IBS. How can I fix it ?

I have been diagnosed with IBS after many years of stomach problems. Back in 2006 I had H-ployi and was treated twice for it. Every since than I have been battling stomach problems. Lately my stomach has been making very LOUD noises, I can actually feel what little food I eat and I what I drink moving through my intestines. Sometimes I can even feel wave like movements. I have bad gas and feel sick to my stomach like i want to vomit . I have NO energy at all and I am very tired. What could be wrong and how can I fix this issue?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
one or more food components we take daily can irritate the mucosa and can cause chromic inflamation of the digestiv tract leading to ibs
get blood serum test for specific antibodies for milk egg wheat chana potato rice or foods you take daily
after elimination of food components coming in tests you canrecover in few wks time
Answered: Thu, 13 Jun 2013
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