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    lt5674 posted:
    hello anyone who has any suggestions, I have been going from doctor to doctor for the last 2 month's with stomach issues with no results, so if any one can help me I am in getting desperate. Since the beginning of January 2014, I have had extreme diarrhea it has been so bad that I have to stay very close to a toilet it hits within minutes of eating and it does not matter what I eat, I have just had a colonoscopy that came back all good and so far my blood work looks good so I am clueless and it seems my doctors are to, I don't know what to do next.
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    mariajohnson responded:
    Try cutting out your dairy products! I had diarrhea for like 5 weeks, then i cut out all my dairy products, and no more diarrhea! You may try it!


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