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Dec 16, 2015
... bad bacteria in the small gut, pancreas issues, malabsorption problems, food intolerances, gallbladder and so on. ... (1 replies)
... like symptoms and weight loss could be from fat malabsorption since the unabsorbed fat could act like lube and cause the symptoms? ... (1 replies)
... rall. It even helped with some of her pain as well, which surprised her. She started researching more about it and discovered that most people who have digestive problems are lacking in things like B6 because the body stops being able to process them properly. ... (5 replies)

... Oh Dear, FarAcross, I'm afraid you may have been a victim of old school groupthink. To believe that all celiacs are either Irish or wasting away, a doctor must have a mindset locked in the past century. Recent studies have shown that atypical & silent presentations of celiac disease far outnumber the "classic" wasted /Irish /constant diarrhea presentation. Celiac... (5 replies)
... :confused: Last January I started having what felt like a nervous breakdown. I had such an overwhelming amount of anxiety that lead into a panic attack. I ended up at my doctor's office and then ended up at the ER. I was sent home with Xanax and saw a therapist for about 2 months. She told me it wasn't necessary to see her further because I seemed recovered. I have had what... (5 replies)
Is this IBS????
Sep 27, 2002
... e insidious and not that explosive in nature. Crohns tends to affect to small intestine rather than the large intestine and can cause a lot of stomach pain and malabsorption problems rather than explosive diarrhea. ... (4 replies)
... It is just that Crohn's can cause malabsorption by the villi in the small intestine. ... (1 replies)
Completely Lost
Sep 28, 2016
... How awful! Gallbladder removal does cause problems for some people especially in the short-term. I have also dealt with severe diarrhea as well as nausea but mine was after a different surgery... a hysterectomy which never should have been done in the first place. After a stool test showed fat malabsorption, my gastroenterologist suspected pancreatitis but I never had the pain... (1 replies)
Could this be IBS?
Jan 17, 2015
... changes have been the most alarming to me and caused me to believe that this is something other than normal digestive activity. It appears as though there may be malabsorption somewhere in my digestive tract, based on my bowel movements. ... (0 replies)
... I'm sorry you're also suffering. I wish there was something they can do to treat our problems so we could be truly happy again. I'm one that wants to know exactly what a going on and to fix instead of guessing and band aiding the problem. ... (2 replies)
... The hysterectomy caused my problems but I'm not sure what happened. ... (5 replies)
... I don't know why I had problems while I was taking the tx this time, but it seems to have worked for m now that I've finished up with the meds. I do feel normal again. ... (39 replies)
Apr 16, 2012
... its ridiculous how all of a sudden my stomach problems almost disappear. It was day 10. At this point, I think I'd like to just stay on this antibioic forever!!! ... (9 replies)
... more for the food we eat to reach the descending colon. IBS can have no rhyme or reason to it at times and it can be hard to figure out exactly what causes the problems but emotional stress makes IBS symptoms worse. ... (4 replies)
... not sleeping well. He then tested my stool for bacteria, parasites, etc. NEGATIVE... then tested my stool a few weeks later for fat and came back positive. Malabsorption .... sent me to gastro. He did breath test and I came up positive. ... (39 replies)
... Hello everyone - here's my story in "brief": I'm 24 years old, and have had IBS for the past 7 years or so. My symptoms: diarrhea, extreme bloating (constantly, I look about 5 months pregnant), bad gas (usually only in the late afternoon and evenings). I usually have to go to the bathroom about 3-4 times every morning, which is quite embarrassing to do in front of everyone... (9 replies)
... so maybe the malabsorption thing has something to do with my newly diagnosed IBS. ... (21 replies)
... What kind of benefits did your mom see? (5 replies)
... Thank you so much for the replies. Saw a doctor today who said the connection to mental health through your stomach does not exist. That panic attacks just happen. I felt really upset. I've had my thyroid tested throughout the years so he didn't feel it was that. Any one who knows me, knows how out of character this all is for me. I suffered from IBS for years, true, but not... (5 replies)
... Have you tried using regular B6 sublingual (absorbed under the tongue) vitamins? B6 often doesn't obsorb proplerly through digestion for people with IBS. For people who are lacking B6 it can mean other elements are then missing as well. Might be worth a try, and it can't hurt. Actually I think I will take my own advice and see if I can find some. I've been meaning to try it... (5 replies)

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