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Stomach pain, suffering from IBD, tension, stress. Taking librax, libotrip. Side effects?

My wife, who have had lot of tension and pressure of work, developed stomach ache problems, all tests showed all chemistry is normal, but also suffers form IBD . She was advised libotrip and librax , one tablet each morning and evening. She has taken for about 3 years and had a good time, at work place. I want to know its long term effects.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see some disease are psychosomatic means when disturbance occur in mental level physically develop problem and ur wife had tension and pressure of work which aggravate her problem.if it possible try to leave job or if not then fight against situation ,do meditation which gives her strength.try homoeopathy which work gud on mental plan which gives her ease to work to avoid all her because of stress her intenstinal movement become fast.these medicine act on mental level ease her thought.
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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