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Hi all.At the moment my symptoms are back (nausea the main one and mostly after eating). I am taking motillium for this and mitrazapine 15mg to help with the anxiety.I am soon to see an IBS expert in leeds and a surgeon for a discussion about my gallbladder (it may or may not be to blame as i had a HIDA scan which came back with a borderline result).I did have a short synactin test whilst last in hospital which tests for Addisons disease. This test was a bit of a weird result! The blood test came back positive but the Dr's decided i didn't have Addisons (on what basis i do not know).I've read a few other posts about adrenal insufficiency. Does anybody know if my symptoms of prolonged nausea could be down to adrenal insufficiency?maybe i do have IBS afterall and i guess i'm just looking for something that i can deal with and which can be cured!
 

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I think a lot of us on here are looking for something that will ease our symptoms or even cure them,if only!My ibs is severe and i suffer nausea on a regular basis but as usual i have been told it is part of my ibs symptoms and as of yet i can find nothing to help it.I do hope you get on well when you see the ibs expert.Only wish there was one in Glasgow,where i live.
 

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Nausea is such an extreme symptom. Dr's seem to think it is nothing and that you should be able to cope with it!Mine seems to go in cycles. I'll have a few weeks of no symptoms then a few weeks of extreme nausea. When this happens my weight drops ridiculously as i can't eat. All the Dr's say is "why does nausea stop you eating"!!!!!!!!! Well i don't have a clue Dr. . . .nausea? Thick and uncaring, and non-understanding Dr's me thinks.
 
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