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possible ibs

Hi,
I have been experiencing some mild discomfort, dull pain somewhere on the right side of my upper abdomen for the last 4 years. It used to come and go without too much trouble. Had ultrasound scans twice (last one - last september), no pathology was found.
Recently my discomfort became far more grater. I feel my right side (between the ribs and a hip bone) daily. Even after drinking freshly squeezed juice...
I pass wind more towards the end of the day. Stools almost daily. Normal. Area around belly button is a bit tender to touch. More on the right side. When I sit, the dull pain radiates somewhere down. Feel dull pain on the right side of my lover back.
I also get left sided headaches quite often.
Mind - moody, I get angry and irritable when feel unwell and don't know what it is (I start to worry about my health and tend to think worse... cancer or something serious are my main worries). Generally happy, optimistic, but tend to be dominant and often dislike myself and feel guilty about my own mistakes (I'm a mom of 2). Perfectionist, but know when to stop when it comes to work. Tend to criticize others, but also can take criticism from others.
I can be very strong, but also be easily led by other people opinions.
I like to rush and hurry.
Have strange relation with food: am quite strict with eating healthily, but then at the end of the day give in and have a 100g of chocolate. Or something else that's sweet. I would actually eat something sweet at the end of every meal - but I consciously try to stop myself. Crave carbohydrates: bread and anything wheat based. Dislike meat, seafood (except fish). Salty things. Hardly ever feel thirsty, I don't drink enough. Can't drink alcohol, had bad aversion to red wine in the past.
I often am scared of what's right to eat, tend to read a lot about health issues, food. Am vegetarian,but feel weak willed at times and will just eat things that i know do not go together or are not necessary for me and then regret thinking that what comes in is vital to my health. Or have relaxed attitude towards food and just enjoy what I eat.
I love my family, my husband, kids, but feel less connected with my oldest son. Can be way overprotective and worry to much about loved ones.
Am creative, sensitive,like attention, dislike to be on my own. Have lived away from home for the last 10 years and feel lonely at times. Quite often think I'm just drifting through my life, don't feel very rooted, don't have any big goals (apart from my family). Want to fit in. Be accepted without having to prove myself. Am not so close to my parents any more (mum became very religious, dad has his own life I don't feel part of it).
Better: for warmth, but can't stand stuffy rooms, heat. Feel better after talking to someone about what worries me.
Dislike : cold. Have problems forcing myself to have a shower as I'm too cold... will only have baths.

I'm 33.

would very much appreciate if someone would suggest a remedy for me to try.
Thank you.
 
  giedrele on 2009-02-04
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