I've found IBS-D to be a moving target. I've had it since 2006 while still working. I retired in January 2014. I cope with the IBS-D by seriously restricting my diet. I'm also lactose intolerant and have periodic bouts with ulcerative colitis. I tolerate almond milk well as well as chicken, turkey, seafood, quinoa, bananas, mangos, carrots, and green beans. Most of the time, I avoid products with gluten, since my gut seems to prefer that, although I can't tell for certain if I need to do so. I'm looking for suggestions, tips and what others do to deal with their IBS-D.
Continuing to struggle with IBS-D after 12 years - IBS Network
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