I am sorry to hear that your daughter is going through a tough time. All I can advise is to do as much as you can now to "nip the IBS in the bud" before it escalates and becomes a constant part of her life year after year. Having had IBS for over 12 years, I can definitely say that for me it began to consume my every day thinking and anxiety. I did the hypno, started this diet, started some meds (Lexapro), and started yoga and I have been stable as a result for about 7 months. I can't say which intervention had the most impact, but I do believe that the hypno sort of "retrained" my thought process to steer away from the IBS-related anxiety. The sooner you can help your daughter gain some control over her IBS, the better b/c apparently those "grooves of IBS thoughts" get deeper each time we have an attack (or something like that, as stated in the hypno description). My thoughts and good wishes go out to you and your daughter as you challenge this IBS. Stick around this website....it can help IMMENSELY. Good luck.
-------------------- Originally IBS-D for a million years!
Then IBS-A, Now a transformed slightly C