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    Constant Stomach Pain
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    louloulucy posted:
    For the past 4 years, my stomach has been constantly upset. I've been tested for Crohn's and Lactose Intolerance, both negative for those tests. My gastroenterologist has put me on numerous medicines- antacids, Miralax, exLax, etc. Nothing has helped, my stomach just continues to be upset. I eat an apple everyday and try to have lots of fiber and no success. Any suggestions or ideas what is going on? I've also tried acupuncture and that helped for a bit. Should I change my diet?
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    atti_editor responded:
    What kind of upset stomach symptoms do you have? (nausea, pain, etc.?) A diet change may help as it could be something that you are eating that is upsetting your stomach. Please let us know how you are doing!


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