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Why not? wouldn't it be great to have a cruise package designed to accommodate all of our special needs - while providing us with the opportunity to meet and compare notes? We could even invite IBS-related guest speakers - along with disco night and the usual corny entertainment. Bathrooms are always available on a ship - and if things get really bad, your cabin's just a sprint away. They could offer 'gut friendly' buffets (diary-free, gluten-free, etc.) along with the usual food-fest. Land excursions - if any - could be routed with bathrooms in mind and would include safe places for us to eat. All aboard???
 

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Amen to that! I'm in. I'd go for an IBS cruise. That would be cool. I think it's a fantastic idea. Why not? They've got weight loss cruises, singles cruises, why not an IBS cruise? Plus, they might actually have food that I could eat. It would be a dream come true.
 

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It could possibly be an awful "smelly" cruise!!
Tee, Hee! With our luck, it would be coming out both ends! One from IBS, the other from sea sickness!!
 

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I would only go on this cruise if there were alot of poo spray and really soft toilet paper and prep h wipes available everywhere LOL.......hahahaaaa they would have to send us all out to sea anyway LOLMary::
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Hehe, I'm in Australia too. And I'm new here, by the way.I was just thinking a cruise would be perfect cause of the sea breeze, which would take away smelly gas odours, hehe. When it comes to IBS the outdoors really are great.
 

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With the incredibly high incidence of Norwalk Virus outbreaks on cruise ships of late, The last thing I need would be having to be confined to a cruise ship with IBS and a stomach virus to boot....sounds like...hell.
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