I am 21 years old, and it has been a year since I started having a lot of problems with my stomach. I've always had a sensitive stomach, but it's gotten obviously worse in the last year. At the time it started getting worse, I had just gotten engaged and I thought it was being caused by excitement and nerves for the wedding. Symptoms started in August of 2009, and by November, I had been to the ER three times. Of course all they did every time I went in was put my on IV fluids and gave me Odansetron (for nausea). Odansetron didn't really do anything, except give me a splitting headache. I've been going to the doctor pretty much 2-3, if not 4-6 times a month for the last year. I've had an upper endoscopy, multiple blood and urine tests, ultrasounds, CT scans, and I had a gallbladder scan (where they inject dye through an IV and test how fast the dye passes through the gallbladder, tests efficiency of the gallbladder). All that's come back from those tests is that I have a sluggish gallbladder (but no stones) and the upper endoscopy showed problems with inflammation of the stomach and esophagus. Finally I presented the idea of IBS or IBD to my doctor, and he prescribed Librax (CLIDINIUM / CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE). Also taking Phenergan (PROMETHAZINE) that was prescribed in 2009 when I asked for a different nausea medication so I wouldn't get headaches. The worst part of this problem is the anxiety of leaving my house. One of the worst days I've ever had with my stomach was supposed to be the best day of my life. On my wedding day, I was so sick that my dads (I'm adopted and still am good friends with my biological father) had to practically carry me down the isle, and my husband had to help hold me up during the ceremony, I kept almost passing out. Unfortunately, Librax and Phenergan both have side effects, and possible long term complications. I have tried different diets to help ease the nausea, but I've had days where all I had was a salad, and still got really sick. Does anyone have suggestions? What CAN I eat? Plus, most people with IBS or IBD lose weight. When I first found out that I had IBD, I was excited to think it could help me lose weight (I'd LOVE to lose over 100 pounds), but I haven't lost any weight, in fact I gained 30lbs from August-January, and I've maintained that for the last 8 months. Is anyone else having my same problems?