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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Also called: IBS, Mucous Colitis, Spastic Colitis, Spastic Colon

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I have right bundle branch block and my physician not was not concerned. He explained to me that if it had been a left bundle...
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Consuming more calories will help to increase your weight.  Here are a few healthy tips to follow to increase weight slowly: Focus on healthy...
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Hi Your problem arises from refermentation from the sugars and the beer yeast its just like having your own brewery working in your stomach, till...
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It's safe to drink the Mirlax.  You've more than likely had gall stones for awhile, it's just recently that they started causing...
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Unfortunately, the only way to know for sure that it's IBS and not something else is to see a doctor, and there is still no guarantee that they...
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Sounds silly, but see if she can drink clear fluids like grape or cranberry juice. Just remember if it does get bad enough, don't hesitate to...
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Probiotics help with the flora in your digestive tract.  It is a good idea if you have IBS to be on probiotics.  It will help keep you...
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I'd recommend seeing your physician, since pain of this type can be indicative of many different organ issues, including but not limited to...
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Could be a urinary tract infection UTI. Go see your doctor for a urinalysis or urine culture.
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I'm sorry you are having a difficult time. The best thing to do is see your healthcare provider to find out what is going on. It could be IBS...
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The complications of functional diseases of the gastrointestinal tract are relatively limited. Since the symptoms are often provoked by eating...
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The future of IBS depends on our increasing knowledge of the processes (mechanisms) that cause IBS. Acquiring this knowledge, in turn, depends on...
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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common ailments of the bowel (intestines) and affects an estimated 15% of people in the US. The...
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As described previously, IBS is believed to be due to the abnormal function (dysfunction) of the muscles of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract...
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