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Trying to conceive, pain in pelvic area. Ultrasound normal. Due to IBS?

Hi I have being trying for a baby for 8 months now I have being getting un bearable pain in my Pelvic area on and of for 6 months now comes maybe once evey 2 months I have done some research and I m not sure if it s pelvic inflammatory or ibs as the symptoms are similar how could I really define which one it is I Have had an ultra sound organs perfect and not really mentioned ibs so my GP thanks
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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consitant wih ibs and ibs is now taken as chronic irritaton by one or more food components we daily take
your seem to be wheat or gluten as this also have reproductive sstem iflamation
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat chana potato nuts egg rice
eliminate 1 or 2 food components of food which come positive
after elimination you will recover in few week and this will help tococeive also
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