One thing I have a really hard time with is getting descriptive with my symptoms. But I am realizing more and more that I don't seem to fit in with the "real" criteria for IBS. (I am not saying I don't have it, but this all just doesn't make sense)I have not passed anything remotely solid in at least a month. (and prior to that it was rare if I did) And when I say solid, I mean not even anything mushy or soft. Just pure colored water, and as the day goes on it gets more clear and I have only a little bit of sediment that comes with it. I must have passed a gallon of this colored water in less than an hour this morning. (5 trips to the restroom)Is this kind of D really typical of an IBS kind of D? I really don't feel that is, but I don't know where to turn to for help.I have been on Lotronex for 4 days now. I know this is too soon for results, but everyone on this board has had at least some effect of this drug, at least a slowing down of the D, or getting C, or even a worsening of their symptoms. Nothing has changed for me.My Doc has basically said he doesn't know what to do for me anymore and wants me to get help "elsewhere". (for my present conditions, he has not "fired me" as a patient) Unfortunately, short of telling me to go to the Mayo Clinic, he has no advice or help as to how I should get help. And without his referal, my med coverage is minimal. He did refer me to the GI Doc who did my colonoscopy, but she offered no other help or support for my condition, so I don't see any point in seeing her again.I feel totally confused as to how to stop or even slow down this type of D. I have even thought about going to an ER at a big hospital, but all my blood work is good and my electrolytes so far are good, so I know they would just say go see a GI Doc.I have lost 35 lbs so far. I don't want to wait until I weigh 80 lbs to get this under control. I am very confused as to what to do.