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Is mebervine sufficient for ibs causing pain due to trapped wind ?

hello, i was told that i had ibs and was given mebervine on monday, i had cramps, trapped wind and bloating . i now have a few minor cramps feel like i need to go to the toilet all the time especially when i eat and have trapped wind i take 1 x 135mg mebervine three times a day, the trapped wind is very painful, is there anything i can try to stop this or do i need to give the tablets a little more time i have only been on them 2 full days . would taking paracetamol help
Asked On : Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.The abdominal pain experienced by people with IBS may be a result of intestinal contractions.Keeping a food diary can help in determining if certain foods are contributing to the symptom of abdominal pain.Recording all the food eaten will help you determine the trigger food for the pain. You can have Isabagol this will help you regulate your bowels. Wishing you well.
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