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IBS—Change from -D to -C
@jackiem95 It sounds like you were finally controlling your IBS symptoms. Now your symptoms have changed for no obvious reason and you are trying to find ways to manage these new and almost opposite symptoms.
Below I have linked Mayo Connect discussions. You may wish to scroll through the posts for information.
– IBS-D https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/ibs-2/
– IBS sufferers – MRT and LEAP ://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/ibs-sufferers-mrt-and-leap/
– Constipation – 5 steps to keep things moving https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/take-charge-healthy-aging/newsfeed-post/5-steps-to-help-manage-constipation/
Members like @cindychesler @cindychesler @oceanone @cim37343 @elle1233 @artist01 @jackiem95 @Pookith85 @srobison may be able to support you or direct you to resources.
I understand that anti-depressants can be used to control symptoms and there are other medications as well that can supplement the dietary changes. May I ask if you take medication for IBS?
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No I do not take prescription medication for IBS.
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