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671d

My IBS almost runs my life. I can't pinpoint any one thing that makes it a daily occurance. I have found if I eat less it corporates better. Any other suggestions? Thank you.

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    • Running_On_Grace

      665d

      I was on miralax twice a day, then I started on Linzess, and after a month or so was able to go down to miralax once a day and then slowly was able to stop the daily miralax. The Linzess is working well for me so far. I’ve been on it for just over 3 months now…

    • Running_On_Grace

      665d

      I was on miralax twice a day, then I started on Linzess, and after a month or so was able to go down to miralax once a day and then slowly was able to stop the daily miralax. The Linzess is working well for me so far. I’ve been on it for just over 3 months now…

    • KittyMew

      667d

      The low fodmap diet has been a huge help for me. Recently my IBS started flaring up again. I took miralax for 2 years but it stopped working. I see a new GI at the beginning of next month though.

    • Kimchi

      669d

      Thissss. Also I made a food and poop log (ik it's gross but it helped me figure out what foods mess me up) I also take miralax almost every day or every other day. I have also taken Linzess with success but don't need it anymore

    • OMGThisIsFine

      671d

      Check out the FODMAP diet, my dietician recommended it for me, I haven't tried it yet, but it looks promising!

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