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I hear irritable bowel syndrome is common, what are the symptoms? My stomach seems to always be upset and I can't figure out if it's certain foods i'm eating or not.
In January 2002 I met my husband of now ten years and was in the happiest place I could be as far as finding the love of my life.
Many women experience irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) on a regular basis and understand how frustrating it can be because of the variable symptoms.
Does your abdomen generally hurt or have odd vague pains that are difficult to describe to your health care provider? Does it hurt after you eat, during a bowel movement or during sex?
According to research, 1 in 133 people have celiac disease.
Fecal transplantation is gaining notice as an acceptable method to treat intestinal infections that do not resolve with the usual rounds of antibiotics.
Family time, homemade goodies and lots of alcohol are all a part of the joys of the holidays. They can also lead to a roiling stomach.
Thanksgiving is over, the leftovers devoured and shopping has begun.
Your stomach’s in knots and you have the sudden urge to run to the bathroom. But what is causing this problem? Is it something you ate, a medical condition or too much stress or anxiety?
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a chronic disorder of the intestines. IBS does not cause inflammation and does not lead to a more serious condition.
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