Did you do a breath test ?First of all, suicide is never the answer so I hope that is just a cry for help. I came to this board because IBS-D is not something that is understood or easy to discuss. To make it even more "fun" I'm an avid exerciser and runner. This has been going on for years but it's getting worse. I have to get up at least 45 min before starting a run to try to "wait it out" before I leave the house for a run. Even with this wait, I've started wearing a pad because my movements are so watery that I can't even tell when they slip out so even if i could make it to a restroom I'm not aware when it happens every time. How embarrassing is that for an adult woman? I went to a GI dr and he did all the tests and said everything was normal...ok nope something's not normal if this is happening. He put me on prescriptions that didn't work Donnatol (which was really expensive with no generic), Equalactin with every meal, another combination of Cholestyramine powder and Hyoscyamine Sulfate Er twice a day. None of that helped and he had me try a low FODMAP diet which helped some so he said just stay on that. Well my understanding (and the paper he gave me explaining the diet said) was that you eliminated everthing then add back things one at a time to identify offending foods. I think he just got tired of dealing with me. I dropped all prescriptions and just went back to taking lots of Immodium which doesn't fix the problem but it helps as much as the prescriptions. I take it every night and more before I'm going to run the next morning. If I take 6-8, it "might" stop it but that's no guarantee. I know I need to see a different doctor but I was so frustrated with my last experience that I hesitate to do it again. Any tips for finding a doctor that will take this seriously and may actually help?