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  1. General Discussion
    Almost 3 years ago, a nasty GI problem appeared in my life. My gastrointestinal transit as a whole is much slower, things seem to pass in a much more...difficult manner. I have chronic constipation, our as doctors would put it, IBS-C. But concerning constipation, linaclotide, along with a...
  2. General Discussion
    I had and recovered from a horrible case of SIBO and gastritis a few years ago. I still have some occasional low-grade inflammation in my large intestine, which is slowly receding as my gut microbiota recovers from the antibiotics. Exercise, eating well, and prebiotics/prebiotic foods/strong 36...
  3. Abdominal Pain
    Hello Dears! (First of all, sorry for my English) My story was started with left-sided / lower left quadrant (sigmoid part), MILD stabbing pain 5-6 weeks ago, in the FIRST 4 days of my left abdominal was very touch sensitive. But not anymore. Just since the random, 1-3 minutely mild pain all...
  4. Diet
    A lot of people here have probably found out by now that they do much better without grains or dairy. I can't tolerate any dairy, so I suspected it wasn't a problem with lactose as matured cheese and non-lactose yoghurt also caused symptoms for me. A fairly recently discovered bacteria...
  5. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    https://www.naturalmedicinejournal.com/journal/2015-04/n-acetylglucosamine-treatment-inflammatory-bowel-disease
  6. General Discussion
    Hey guys! If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with an inflammatory bowel disease, or has an ongoing gut issue, please point them in the direction of the Facebook support group 'Heal Ulcerative Colitis Naturally'. The address to the group is here...
  7. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    https://www.terrytalksnutrition.com/health-articles/ibs-crohns-disease-colitis-and-other-digestive-disorders/
  8. IBS Constipation (IBS-C) and Chronic Constipation
    Does anyone else have systemic inflammation that accompanies their IBS-C? Mine is severe and effects my whole body. My back, legs, feet, shoulders, hands, and teeth hurt. I also have developed chronic vertigo from the constant inflammation in my body. I can't take NSAIDs because of the IBS-C...
  9. General Discussion
    http://www.beyonddisease.com/home-remedies-get-rid-of-sibo
  10. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    I am having the worst flair I've had in a while. I think there are multiple dietary splurges that probably triggered this and I suspect eating way more desserts (and a few more rich meals) than normal while some friends visited is the biggest culprit. Trying to get it back on track by eating...
  11. General Discussion
    So back in March of this year, I took a trip to very underdeveloped part of Belize. While there I contracted what i assumed to be travelers diarrhea, however in retrospect I'm not so sure. One day I began to have very bad cramps and bloating, and the next night the symptoms worsened, I began to...
  12. General Discussion
    Hi. I've had gut pain since my mid 20's. I'm 61. Went thro all the tests (colonoscopy, barium) tho haven't been tested in 20 yrs. It seems my depression,cog fog and fatigue started the same time. My Genova GI tests results are: inflammation (high EPX, IGA) ; low beneficial bacteria ; low...
  13. Diet
    I've been on the FODMAP diet since 2013, but not all that strictly. It was just the last 4 or 5 months that I've been on the Paleo Autoimmune diet as well and have been totally grain free. I eat animal protein and low FODMAP vegetables and seem to get away with one banana a day. If I stick to...
  14. General Discussion
    Hi all ive been suffering from IBS since i was alittle kid. mainly alternating between constipation and diarrhea. about three months ago i started have this massive rash perianally. it looked alot like hemorrhoids, but it would go away after two weeks or so. it is hard to sit for an extended...
  15. Young Adult's Issues
    I am a nineteen year-old female from the USA. I am mostly of Norwegian and German decent. Since childhood, I have had chronic constipation. In the last few years, my stomach problems have resurfaced and have started interfering with my daily life. Almost every day, I experience a few hours...
  16. Diet
    Studies suggest that IBS might be a low level autoimmune disease. Bowel dysmotility is believed to be caused by autoimmunity or inflammation. There are higher levels of GnRH IgM antibodies in patients with IBS and dysmotility. IBS patients also tend to have higher levels of C-reactive protein, a...
  17. Diet
    Most of us suspect that we have a problem digesting starch but don't understand exactly what causes this. The link below offers a very clear description of how starch feeds an opportunistic pathogen called Klebsiella. This bacteria is implicated in Ankylosing Spondylitis, an autoimmune disease...
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