This website was created to provide an overview of common strategies for symptoms and is not intended to be a comprehensive guide with every potential remedy. Many people try and have seen success with alternative and holistic treatments. Alternative options are likely something you should research to help to support your specific needs. You may find different sources of alternative treatments based on symptoms, medical history, as well as environmental and genetic makeup. As modern medicine evolves, we can expect to have access to a wider array of options with these types of treatments.
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I’ve suffered from LARS since having the resection back in 2011. My issue is extreme constipation, no bm without laxatives, then extreme clustering with urinary incontinence, daily nausea and vomiting sometimes. Is there any alternative treatments or clinical studies out there that may bring me some relief? I am 53yrs old, on ssdi, have no life & extremely depressed.
Hi Sharon. Many of the symptoms that you describe are quite common with those of us with LARS. My suggestion is to join our Facebook group (see link in the home page) as there will be other people with similar issues that can offer details on what best works. Before trying alternative medicines, try some of the proven recommendations described on our website and get more information and help from our members on the Facebook group.
Thanks for the reply Joe, I will do that.