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Taking Librax for IBS. Want an alternative for Norflox

I am 33 and have had the condition of IBS since teenage which I have been regulating with diet and excercise and a lot of Norflox TZ doses.I had taken a course of Librax about 5 years back.Helped things for a while but not a permanent solution I realised. I would like to know what is an alternative to Norflox TZ and more gentle on the intestines.This condition is killing me! My immunity is low which kickstarts all other problems of low energy, extreme lows and depression . Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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anibiotics is not answer to ibs
find cause
ibs is due to chronic irritation of mucosa of gi tract with one or more of common food we take
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato chana rice nuts egg eliminate one or more foods positie and get results in few week
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