So I have a couple of questions hoping someone has answers:1.) in the last few days I've gotten most of my symptoms under control, but I still have nausea. Primarily in the mornings but also after I eat. I've been told that's classic of IBS because the colon is more active in the morning, but what I don't understand is how something going on with my colon creates nausea in my stomach? Does anyone know the mechanism at work here? Is it actually the IBS or just the gastritis still healing?2.) it's been suggested (by friends, not drs) that I see an immunologist to check on any food allergies/sensitivities. I'm leaning towards it, because in the last several years I live practically the whole year with slight sinus/nasal issues. Is that something that is typically covered by insurance? What's the best way to find one that understands IBS?3.) my other thought is to work with a dietitian to work through an elimination diet. I have always eaten a broad diet with lost of variety so I'm not sure where to even begin and I would worry about nutrition levels if I tried to do it on my own. I'm guessing that won't be covered by insurance, but what's the best way to find a reputable dietitian that understands IBS? I'm a doctor's kid, so although I'm open to some alternative methods I need a dietitian that doesn't write off the whole medical community and would be comfortable working with my drs, not tell me to throw out all my meds for his/her latest concoction. I'm sure most dietitian are like this but so far the only ones I've ever met are on the 'kooky' end of the spectrum. 4.) has anyone had issues with soy milk? I had been drinking an increased amount before all this started for the protein, but now I'm scared that it might be a culprit, but I'm cutting out dairy for fear that it's a trigger, too. What kind of dairy products don't contain lactose? I think yogurt doesn't but what about cottage cheese?I'm sure I have other questions, but that's all I can think of for now.