What happened to all the talk of calcium supplements helping people? Did those who were using that feel so much better that they left the board? Or did you find it didn't help long term, so you're still here trying other approaches to wellness?The reason I ask is that I suffer from on-and-off receding gums. I'm told that this can be a symptom of not enough calcium (as well as other things like overly aggressive brushing). I'm wondering if other IBSers have other chronic problems/symptoms associated with a lack of calcium?Is it possible that our condition prevents us from using enough of the calcium we take in during a flare-up? Or is a lack of calcium part of the root cause?