I can't relate but I know that you can referred shoulder pain from procedures like a laparoscopy when they pump you full of gas and also from ectopic pregnancy so maybe when you get gas in a certain area in the tum it's pressing on something and giving you pain in the backs of your shoulders? Only a guess
Yep I have had that on and off for a number of years now. Often in one shoulder or sometimes between the two. Once in a while it can be really painful.. I believe it is wind related as if I get my gf to rub my back it tends to relieve it. I had this for about 5 years before I had any other symptoms of IBS. Dave
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