I'm pretty sure it was the cheese though this time.
maybe your stomach is sensitive to milk in the mornings like mine.
I remember when I had this for the first time in my life. I went outside with my friends, my good friend graduated so we went to the club to celebrate. We were drinking, having fun, etc. It was a crazy night, so a couple of the moments I don't even remember. Anyway, the next morning when I woke up, I got really scared because I saw the blood in stool after drinking, I got this itching and I was really, really nervous. Then I talked to my doctor and he told me that this may occur when you are drinking alcohol or when you are eating some foods that you are allergic to. I think that I had both of this.
Your symptoms sound similar to mine. My stools are particularly loose in the morning.
But sometimes I get it the otherway, that the first BM of the day is the most formed.
See your Dr, but *warning* they will probably take a while to get round to helping you.
I finally woke up and "googled" my symptoms and ended up here. I also have extremely uncomfortable stomach pains when i wake up and throughout the evening. I have a lot of gas throughout the night as well as Im quite nausious when I wake up. I also have very soft stool, and rarely have it harden up. I continually watch what I eat, as the symtoms have been getting worse ofver the last 5 years.
Here are the tests Ive had:
1) Barium swallow (Shows no Ulcer)
2) Endoscopy (camera in the stomach to SEE if there is a problem) Supposedly there is none that is visable
3) Blood tests. I gave 8 tubes of blood, but nothing turned up other than I have a high acidity in my blood. No Ciliac problem either
4) Have taken Nexium (40mg) a day, Pantoloc (20mg) , and eatten 1000 gaviscon to help my tummy. Nothing seems to help Gaviscon does for about 10 minutes, but the ache is still there.
The doctor finally said I have IBS, Irratible Bowel Syndrome and that I had to contend with the pain for the rest of my life....not a very good prognosis I say.... can anyone help?
Like i said go see a live blood analysis naturopath and let us know how it goes, but first thing first try what i have recommended.
I am only 33 yrs old and this has been going on now for like 3 months and it is really getting bad. I am homebound and not able to get out so that is why googled and found this site. I really need a lot of help.
I know when I was in the hospital the last time I had 2 small gall stones but the doctor said that it was nothing to worry about.
I know I have acid reflux and I take Prilosec OTC over the counter every 4 months like the directions say too.
I have been having to take the Zantac but it is not even helping. I have tried Maalox, Gaviscon liquid, Mylanta and even Rolaids. Nothing is working.
I don't even have to eat anything but drink water and go to the bathroom and steady belching all day.
The pain is unbearable and I just don't know what to do with it. Sometimes when I get done with the bathroom (diarreaha) I get the chills and my body starts to shake.
If you need to know anything else please let me know and I will be glad to proved more info. OK! Thanks again for all or any help you can give to me.
OH yeah I don't eat meat anymore because it was worse when I would eat the meat especially beef. I don't drink sodas, coffees, teas, or juices only water. I only eat wheat breads and I stay away from pastas too. I don't drink milk because I am lactose to it. I don't eat cheese that much either. Please help me if you can. Thanks again for everything.
Hope you all have a great and wonderful weekend.
Some things to remember, not all fiber is good if you have IBS, so eating healthy is a relative term. I am healthier eating white bread. I have managed to excrete all of the good bacteria from my bowel, and spend half of my night time in the bathroom, and have an office near the bathroom at work.
It's ironic that a bacterial infection might be why I have no good bacteria.
I have had blood, stool, urine samples and many doctor visits, all to lead me to the current recommendation of eat bland food, the BRAT diet (bananas, rice, applesauce, toast) chew Gaviscon, eat Losec and Pantolac, give up soda and take the occasional Immodium.
i was eating indigestion tablets like sweets till i saw my GP. she referred me for scans and it turned out i had:-
Reflux esophagitis or gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD) is a very common condition. The cause is poor functioning of the musculature of the lower esophageal segment, which permits reflux of the stomach's contents.
which had been caused by a hyatal hernia. i was assured this can correct itself and surgery was unnecessary. to combat the symptoms i was placed on zantac and it worked.
however, for 4 nights recently i've had terrible wind and stomach cramping, i don't have diarrhea but my stools are loose and very pale.while i was suffering from the reflux esophagtis i often had similar symptoms, but everything i've checked on-line doesn't mention bowel movements as a symptom so was it just a coincidence? and if so did i have another condition then that has reoccurred now?
the only thing i can think that may be common on all the occasions this has happened is that i have had a light supper before bed, which usually comprises a slice of bread and a warm drink. if it's gluten related the bread may be the cause.
Iam 15 years old and i have been having some of these same problems. For the past four years i have always been bloated, having diarrhea, extra bowel movements, and gas. I tend to stay home now a days because i cant do anything about. I've tried changing my diet but that hasn't worked. I'd appreciate it if anyone has suggestions. Thanks.
DGL Licorice is supposed to help cure ulsers and stomach sensitivity
Taking 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar before eating (with water) will help with stomach pain and rid any bad bacteria and balance your PH, needs to be organic unfiltered.
DSMO is known to help with ulcerate colitis, and is know to help people who seem to have these unsolvable problems.
They are worth looking into for those of us who haven't had our problems solved medically.
I am going to give each a shot and see what happens