Blood in the stool is not a symptom of IBS, it can be a symptom of hemroids but there is no inflammation or ulceration with IBS so I would be concerned about
the blood. Elevated white count is indication of some kind of infection which also is not a sign of IBS. Its possible that its not Crohn's as he said however there seems to be something else going on. I get D, elevated WBC, and blood when I have a diverticulitis flare but that can definitely be seen on a scope.
Have they tested your small intestines also to see if anything is going up in there? As you know, Crohn's can attack anywhere from the mouth to the anus so its important that they cover all areas in between to completely rule it out.
It is also possible to have both IBS and IBD, although some would suggest otherwise. If your colon looks good but still have sypmtoms (minus the blood), it could be that your IBD is in remission but your IBS is acting up. These are all possibilities that you may want to discuss with your doc.
Good luck, I hope you can get some answers soon... please keep us updated
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Dx: IBS 1989, Diverticulosis 2004, Idiopathic Acute Colitis 2006, UCTD 2007
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