I have continous belly pain from the mid right side through lower belly to left side. It is relieved somewhat by having a bowel movement. I am wondering if I should try tylenol or Ibuprofen for relief. Thanks!
I suggest you talking to your doctor about this since tylenol and ibuprofen can cause constipation and sometimes sharp pain that may increase your belly pain.
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Try some Gas-X. I have IBS with the same pain and this works wonders for me. Its not a laxative it just relieves the horrible gas pains.
I hope this helps u.
My stomach spasms 24/7 for weeks at a time. I have Bentyl and Sulcravate (sp) and I have loose stool every morning. The pain is unbelievable, not cramping or diarrhea. It feels as if someone has reached into my gut and twisted every organ in my abdomen.
I am in the same boat. Even had to go Emergency in January for the pain, thought it was
a heart attack.
There has to be something to cut these pains by at least 50%. I have tried Gas-X, licorice, other
herbs, very little relief, and the gas is really constant, loud, no fun.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I am 77 years old, and don't want to go out with a fart.
Simethicone helps me a lot with gas pain. I have IBS-D and frequently have problems with gas. I buy the generic type of simethicone soft-gels. Gas-x is the name brand and is expensive.
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