I've seen multiple doctors about this but I've had stomach pain that is persistant and is probably in my small intestine according to the dr. and also bloating and fatigue and I have developed food sensitivites to egg and soy. I've been tested for celiacs and chrons. This has been going on for over two years and I am seeing a GI specialist but don't know if I should get further tests or what tests I should get or what is wrong. He said it sounds like I may have some sort of enteric infection in the small GI but it isn't well understood in research. Does anyone have any insight into this problem?
I had the same problem with my small intestine; there is a twist in it, and the GI doctor put me on Fibercon (2 nightly). Becoming regular has helped a lot, and Fibercon can be taken safely every night because it is fiber. Give it a try. I think it will really help you. Good luck.
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