When you have chronic digestive problems due to IBS, it can be hard to tell if something more serious might be going on. Here is your guide to symptoms that are not typical for IBS and need to be brought to the attention of your doctor.
Is your IBS a food allergy? Learn how to figure out if a food allergy is causing your symptoms.
IBS symptoms can really interfere with your ability to exercise. Here you will learn some tips for exercising safely with IBS.
Here you will find some fun and interesting facts about your digestive system. Knowing how your GI system is supposed to work is your first step in establishing good digestive health.
You may know that stress can make your IBS worse. Here you will learn why there is a relationship between stress and IBS and find out how to use relaxation exercises to break that connection.
Is SIBO the reason behind your IBS symptoms? Learn what SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) is and why researchers think it's playing a role in IBS.
Depending on the person, pregnancy can help or hurt IBS symptoms. Learn what to expect from your IBS when you are expecting.
If you are seeking IBS pain relief, you may want to try guided imagery. Here you will find step-by-step instructions and practical examples of images you can use to lessen IBS pain.
Learn why it is important to be able to picture the workings of your digestive system.
If your IBS is preventing you from going to work, you might be eligible for unpaid leave and job protection under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).