Hi,for the past year i have suffered from a pain on the righthand side under my ribcage and cramps in my stomach (upper part) after almost everytime i eat!once i have eaten i tend to get bloated,feels like my stomach is swollen.sometimes i have diarrohea and need to go to the loo,more recently it just seems to be wind and i feel constipated most of the time but id say i release myself every 4-5days!!
i find that when i exercise(play hockey,gym,swimming)it seems to make me pass very smelly wind,very embarrasing!!!
ive been to the doctor but hasnt been much help,had blood test for a stomach bug,tested my liver and kidneys,they came back clear.also she had me on gasrto resistant tablets but made no difference!!could it be IBS?ant suggestions welcome.
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