Earl Morning Diarrhea / Stomch pains

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Date Joined May 2006
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   Posted 5/1/2006 1:47 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi, at about 13-15 years of age i was never able to eat any breakfast as my stomach was always full / hurting, but i never had any problem with this as far as i remember. Now im 20 i still have the same kind of problem. However, whenever i wake up later, 10 onwards say my stomach feels fine, just the usual morning movement. But, if i wake up early, for instance today i woke up at 8.30 and after 10minutes of being awake my stomach was really bad and had Diarrhea. It is starting to effect the amount of lectures i go to as my stomach can take awhle to settle with/without tablets.

If ive ate a lot the night before then some nights i am likely to wake-up around 2am with a very bad stomach and it can take two trips to the toilet untill i can sleep again.

I havent been told ive got IBS but i wonder sometimes. The last time i went to the doctors they weren't helpful at all and just told me to watch what i eat. Im not on the most healthiest of diets, but im not an unhealthy eater either. I usually eat the same amout than my g/f and she never has any problems.

Thanks for any advice.

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Date Joined Jan 2004
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   Posted 5/1/2006 6:42 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Coded,
Welcome to Healing Well :)
Mornings are usually bad for us and seems to cause us the most problems than any other time of day. Since you are getting diarrhea regularly it would seem highly susceptable that you may have IBS. You seem like you are more sensitive to foods than most people and it could be caused by a number of things including anxiety, food intolerances, etc. I would really suggest that you push your doctor to give you answers, sometimes doctors don't understand IBS but the more knowledge you have the more you can ask specific questions. What kind of tablets do you take for your symptoms? I would really push your doctor for answers or maybe find a GI specialist that can help you more.
Hugs, Des
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