Good luck to you and I hope that your team members show patience and understanding.
It took me years to be diagnosed and at one office job that I truly loved it was impossible for me to get through each day without having to spend at least 15 minutes in the bathroom a couple of times a day. And of course I would have little notice, so would just make a mad dash for the restroom. My boss spoke to me about it several times, and my co-workers felt I wasn't carrying my share of the work, and I had no answers for either except to tell them what my dr. was telling me, which was ''you have what you get before you get an ulcer...you have inflammation of the intestines...drink Mylanta...drink milk''...I was not diagnosed with crohn's disease until about 15 years later. I always felt so guilty about having to sometimes miss work or go home early. I ended up moving from the area, and at my next job the same thing happened. At this job I was required to perform a minimum number of orders per quarter hour. Soon this became a problem for me and again, no doctor could figure out what was wrong with me, except to say I had gastroenteritis. This didn't fly, and even though several times my boss would walk the data entry line and stop and tell me how awfully tired I looked, she soon tired of me being in the restroom. I eventually quit this job because I just couldn't take the stress anymore. about 10 years later I was diagnosed with Crohn's. I wish I had known then the reason for my feeling ill most everyday, and I wish my employers had known too so that I could tell them that I wasn't making it up.