Quoting Mama Ang loves her girls:" Thank you so much. Its nice to have someone to help me figure all of this out. I think the reason he ... [snip!] ... test to check for a gluten allergy. That was negative and my B vitamin levels were fine too so therfore the IBS diagnosis."
Fibromyalgia is incredibly misdiagnosed. I agree with she nan igans, you need to put your foot down and make sure it's not something that can hurt you. Fibro isn't easy to deal with by any means, but it doesn't cause permanent damage like similar disorders do.
I have FMS in my family, and I have suffered with it for a long time before being diagnosed in February. I also have a lot of other health issues, but FMS is at the root of them.
I was diagnosed with IBS when I was 16. I have a lot of issues with it, and apparently it goes hand in hand with FMS. I have been tested for a gluten allergy, and I have had impacted stools that needed emergency enemas. I've literally gone weeks without going, too. It's hard. I'm usually more constipated than I am suffering from diarrhea, but it has started for no reason and lasted weeks. I have to take magnesium citrate every few weeks because I stay constipated.