Not sure if this is the right topic to post this in, but here goes:I have IBS-A. Luckily it's usually pretty well controlled with diet/lifestyle changes, no matter which way the pendulum swings. Also, keep in mind that I'm slightly dairy-intolerant. After I had food poisoning a couple years ago, i became unable to eat ANY dairy for a couple months, and it gradually got better. Now I know what I can/can't handle.Normally, Subway turkey subs don't bother me. But if I eat deli meat for 2-3 days in a row, it can cause a D flare-up. This is what I did 2 days ago. It was my 3rd day in a row of eating deli turkey in some form or another, and I paid dearly for it (diarrhea, nausea, pain, the works), much worse than a typical flare. It wasn't food poisoning because my husband finished the sub and didn't have any symptoms.This morning, I had a vanilla yo-plus, which is my usual breakfast. Immediately after, I got cramps and urgency and that D feeling - but no real D. The feeling lasted about 45 minutes and then stopped, but I've been "sensitive" ever since - right at that place where the wrong thing will push me right over the edge into a bad episode again.This normally doesn't happen after a D episode. Usually the yogurt has no effect, and in fact can sometimes make me feel better (it's the only brand/flavor I can tolerate though). Why would this time be different, acting more like food poisoning than IBS? How long should I wait before attempting to eat dairy again? I'm currently sticking to things like toast, pretzel sticks, and applesauce because it seems that it's all I can handle at this point. Any tips?Sorry if this seems like a pointless question, but I'm curious (and a bit impatient to get back on my usual *already-restricted* diet). Thanks in advance!