I'm a 23 year old man. I suffer from IBS C and D (mainly D) for my entire life. It's become a daily (or multiple daily) issue. Sitting through class becomes a chore and I often find myself in pain or running to the bathroom. Professors sometimes say "sure, you can leave the test to go to the bathroom, but at that point, you're done w/ the test."Some professors don't even give a **** what's going on with me.I just found out I can get the Student Disabilities Services to help me. They said that quite a few people with IBS are being helped by them. They asked me what I want. I don't know what I want, but my grades are being massacred. I just want to graduate and get a job so that I can get on with my life.What has worked for you? Note takers? A/V equipment? They keep offering me a van that gives me rides... but honestly sometimes the walk does my bowels some good. Plus - there's no bathroom in a van, and I'm an expert at knowing where the bathrooms are on the way to class. They keep asking me what I want, but I wouldn't know where to start.I do not take medication because I'm hypersensitive to just about everything and I get terrible side effects. I've taken: Bentyl, Lomotil, Levsin, Levbid, Nulev, Nexium, Aciphex, Prevacid, Prilosec, Donnatal, a plethora of antidepressants: Paxil-CR, Zoloft, Prozac, Klonopin, Xanax-XR, Elavil, Ativan. I've tried every diet imaginable. The high fiber one? Forget it. I have 17 credits left and I would hate to quit now. I'm so close. Please help me.