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I have got IBS but I have constant pain in the pelvic area and nerve pain in my head, back hands. Anyway I wanted to know if I would be able to fly, will it really kill?When I was an airhostess i was in horrendous pain, but at the time I was eating trigger foods on the flight as i didn't know I had IBS. I gave up flying and can't work due to this pain. Does anyone know if flying will cause more pain?Someone mentioned to me they could fly as long as they didn't eat, but that would mean I would not be able to go long haul ie not eating for 7- 10 hrs!Any advice as I'm too scared to go on a plane right now but can't bear the thought of never being able to travel out of england.[This message has been edited by Heather.B (edited 05-30-2000).]
 
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I have never thought of giving up flying. Even though driving and sitting can be a real pain in the ass (literally because I get really bad lower back pain and pain in my butt).I suggest that you try the site called "A New Way of Eating. It's a diet and cookbook by Heather Van Vorous. www.eatwithoutfear.com/eatcook.htm. It has some great stuff in it. You can probably figure something out to change your diet to allow you to fly. I take my own snacks on the plane. Good LuckTEECEE
 
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