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After a year of problems and checking me out for possible crohn's, my GI said I have a congenital defect called redundant bowel syndrome - it means there are more loops in the top of my colon. when I hit puberty, it started and the past year (I am 16) it really got bad. He diagnosed me with irritable bowel syndrome because of that, but consequently it's very obstinant, hard to control, levsinex has not been working...anybody heard of it and have any suggestions? It causes G and alternating C and D (mostly C, because of the extra loops - liquid gets taken out too soon). Thanks!windy :)
 
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I must not have enough loops. Everything comes out very quickly!!!!!!!!!!!Calcium is helping quite a bit though.Have you tried it??Check out LNAPE" post ont it.Good luckMy thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 
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