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  1. Research Studies
    Dear all, My name is Kelly Colht, and I am a graduate student at the University of Washington. I'm writing to announce a study being conducted by Dr. Annie Chen at the University of Washington School of Medicine, on "body listening". The study takes the form of a collaborative repository...
  2. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    I just started reading that there are certain anti-depressants that can be triggers. I am wondering if anyone has heard about or had issues with buproprion (welbutrin) or lexapro aggravating their conditions of IBS-D?
  3. IBS Constipation (IBS-C) and Chronic Constipation
    I suffer from IBS and Chronic Constipation along with my mother, grandmother, and 2 of my daughters. We all have different illnesses along with this, so I'm not sure if the answer can be attached to any of them. I will give you my problems and hopefully you can help me before I move on to my...
  4. Diet
    Hi! I am 23 years old and was diagnosed with IBS about 10 years ago. I've kept food journals over the years to try to find dietary triggers. I know that fried, greasy, and spicy foods have been my triggers but more recently absolutely everything makes me sick...vegetables, breads, fruits, meats...
  5. Diet
    Hi everyone, I've been reading up on here and it seems like a lot of people have successfully healed their IBS with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. I am considering giving it a try, because it makes a lot of sense. But I have a few questions: Non-gluten grains are my "safe foods". I can't...
  6. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    Hey Everyone, I suffer from D attacks about once a week on average (sometimes more, sometimes less) and I'm trying my best to discover the foods that trigger it. I've had this ever since I was born and it follows no dietary or emotional pattern, from what I can tell it's completely random. Doc...
  7. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    I am really struggling to understand what triggers my IBS-D flare-ups (and hence get some control over my life back). Because I don't have constant daily/weekly attacks it's really hard for me to work out. Sometimes I can go 3-4 months free of any attacks, then just when I think I'm Ok again...
  8. Diet
    So most of the doctors I've asked don't recommend sushi with IBS. Despite that sushi has fish, which is good, and rice, which is absorbic, and seaweed which has some fiber properties. Although, oddly enough, when I am having flare-ups or bad pain days and I eat sushi, it seems to suppress the...
  9. Leaky Gas (LG) / Incontinence / Odor
    Hi everyone,This is my first post, though I have been following these forums for a long time now and decided that I have waited to long to post. Like many of you, I have what we call LG. My case does not sound as severe as some people's cases I've read on this site, but it certainly is not a...
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