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558d

How can I manage my IBS better?

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    • Nannybelle

      538d

      IB guard and a 8oz glass of Metamucil every night has helped me. And eating smaller meals

    • Nannybelle

      538d

      IB guard and a 8oz glass of Metamucil every night has helped me. And eating smaller meals

    • Jane30

      557d

      My DR put me on a modd enhancer- Amitriptyline and Propranolol for my anxiety attacks-she says it also helps with IBS and Hashimotos...but no change other than I was hungry all the time! My attacks stopped but I still look 8 months pregnant after a meal

      • Mac2

        557d

        @Jane30 my dr said the same thing pretty much hasn’t helped much I still have all my symptoms including anxiety attacks, I feel you on that I always feel so bloated after meals

    • 100Percent_K

      558d

      What are you currently doing?

      • Mac2

        558d

        @100Percent_K currently eating smaller amounts more times a day, on different meds and supplements like benefiber and calm magnesium to help soften everything, tried high fiber diet didn’t do much, doctor also just put me on an antidepressant for it too plus nausea, migraines plus the IBS I haven’t tried it yet

        • 100Percent_K

          557d

          @Mac2 have they done any testing? Have you been through any elimination diets or low fodmap?

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