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  1. Your Story
    My mom is 44 she was diagnosed with IBS at 26 in 2000(shortly after I was born). She has IBS D with frequent diarrhea, heartburn and excessive gas. Recently she has lost her job because of this and her antics as well. Instead of dealing with this first hand and admitting her misconduct the best...
  2. Your Story
    Hi everyone my name is Adam Mieses and not to long ago I just made an account to get advice. I am not a sufferer of IBS but however I know some one very close and important in my life that does my aunt. I will be moving in with her along with my brothers and sisters because personal issues with...
  3. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    Hi, I just wanted to know if this has happened to you. I suffer from IBS-D and I'm always sick, I miss work sometimes when I cannot handle the pain. Today I missed work because I'm on my period and my IBS-D gets really bad every month with my period. I had to call in sick. My fiance got really...
  4. Your Story
    Hello, my name is Melissa and I am 21 years old. I will turn 22 in April of this year, 2015. MySymptoms: Diarrhea (uncommon now) Intestinal Cramping (gets SEVERE) Nauesa Vomiting (Occasional) Lethargy Constant Fever Switched from not being able to stand the cold and always wrapping up to...
  5. Your Story
    Okay so this is my first time on this website so I apologize if a story like this has already been posted. But I just really need help or understanding. I'm 17 years old, and my grandma died last month, with that, my Ibs began. But with that I've also had to add on school, work, trying to find...
  6. Your Story
    Hi everyone, I'm there to tell my story about my undiagnosed IBS. I think I started having IBS-A like symptoms in July 2013. A little bit of background on me and my situation Age: 27 Sex: Male Occupation: IT Support (office job) Diet Before, I was taking 3-4 coffees per day, now I've cut...
  7. General Discussion
    In the past, I've been afraid to tell people about the IBS. It's embarrassing to me. So I either pushed through or made up an excuse to get out of things I couldn't do. Now I'm at the point where I'm just telling people. And most people are fantastic about it. They appreciate the honesty...
  8. General Discussion
    I may need to visit some relatives to help move my grandfather into a nursing home. Having recently had a rough past few months with my IBS, I am on a pretty restricted diet. These relatives aren't familiar with this health issue and have very irregular eating schedules. I must eat every few...
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