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Would I be right to assume that C and D are what we have? The "symptoms," for lack of a better word? I mean, some days you're C'd and some days you have D?Or is there some other meaning for C and D?(Sorry for being so ignorant; this is a whole new ballgame for me.)
 
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Welcome Cynn: You are NOT ignorant...just new! C= Constipation, D=Diareah, G=Gas. Good luck in the persuit of IBS relief!------------------Life is what you make of it!
 
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Cynn.,I am new here as well, just started reading a little while ago. I wanted to let you know that as far as I know the only meanings for C and D are what ddrobb posted!
 

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Cynn - when I first came to this board, I didn't have a clue what "C" and "D" meant either!! So I try to remember when I am responding to someone new to say Diarrhea and Constipation so they know what I am talking about - but sometimes I forget - gosh, I hope they know what I mean...
 
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Thanks, all. It wasn't too hard to figure out: just look at the context of the posts and think about what happens to you every day! But I wanted to make sure before I made a potential idiot of myself
 
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