I have had IBS for 10 years now- well, at least I think I have. My GP has never actually diagnosed this- he just gave me some Colofac tablets and left me to it.I've complained to him many times about my symptoms being worse than IBS, but he won't have it. Because I have suffered with anxiety and depression he has it in his mind that I am paranoid about my health. This is not the case. I am fully fit mentally now (as confirmed by my psychiatrist) and can think straightfor the first time in years.My symptoms are as follows:Bloating after eating 'standard' sized mealsA general discomfort after eating food (even tiny snacks like a couple of biscuits or a medium sized drink)Burning/inflammed eyesExtreme fatigue/lack of energyNo appetiteLack of concentrationLower back painHeadachesSmall amount of blood on the toilet paper after wiping (this has been present for 10 years but my GP will not act on it)A tender abdomen (maybe even a little swollen)LightheadednessI did suffer from IBS symptoms such as going from having the runs to having constipation, but these have subsided in the past 3 or 4 years.What could it be? It seems far too severe to be IBS (which I appreciate is just awful).I need to start getting my life together (job, college, etc) but I am held back by this. Please advise me.