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Question: Irritable bowel syndrome


 unhappymom - Tue Jan 10, 2006 10:50 pm

:oops: Very unhaapy mother and wife seeks a specialist in california to treat an out of contol case of irritable bowel syndrome. I fyou not famiiar with ibs it is a disease causing severe abdominal pain, chronic diarrehia, and nausea. If anyone has a clue on how to find a specialist, please let me know.[/b]
 mommyinpain - Mon Jan 30, 2006 11:10 pm

Have you seen a GI about your condition? Who diagnosed you with ibs? What makes your ibs worse? How long have you had ibs for? Have you had a colonoscopy done to rule out other possiblities? There are pills out there to control diarrhea or help with constipation and anti-spasmodic pills.

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