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So I have decided I am sick of the stomach pain, nausea, throwing up, and the other end issues. With no help from the dr’s. I finally am going to start giving up gluten and see if that helps eat a little better, and cleaner. More veggies that kind of stuff. Is there anything that others have tried that has helped, vitamins giving up certain things? Any help or incite would be very appreciated.. thank you

A myIBSteam Member said:

I have cut down on meat and am actually losing my appetite for it.I take probiotics and apple cider vinegar every day along with b-12 and vitamin d.In no way am I going as I did in the beginning.Zmy gastrointestinal doctor put me on a drug that is a narcotic.That seems to work.Iut of seven days I usually have two that keeps me in the toilet.The bloating drives me crazy and I feel like a balloon ready to pop.

posted almost 2 years ago
A myIBSteam Member said:

Yes eliminate totally your trigger foods you will get to identify them quickly once you get better and have a relapse mine is mainly dairy

posted almost 2 years ago
A myIBSteam Member said:

It may take awhile but keep a journal it will help.

posted about 2 years ago
A myIBSteam Member said:

I have tried to eliminate anything processed and artificial from my diet. So almost anything that comes prepackaged. It helps a bit and I have fewer stomach aches, but I still have other symptoms I can't figure out how to get rid of. For me, eating more veggies and fruit doesn't help because they are part of what's causing my issues. So it's been difficult figuring out which veggies and fruits i tolerate well.

posted about 2 years ago
A myIBSteam Member said:

I’ve tried probiotics when I am sick with vomiting that continues on and off for weeks. I know getting rid of gluten can sometimes help, but my GI has recommended FODMAP diets and trying to rid of certain items each week to see what helps me feel better (ex: dairy, fructose, etc.) I know for me personally getting rid of dairy for only 3-4 days I felt a lot better. Best of luck considering almost every food we eat contains some sort of gluten/dairy! Hope you find the cause of your pain!

posted about 2 years ago
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