Tag: what causes IBS?

What Causes IBS?

The cause of IBS varies from person to person, which is what makes irritable bowel syndrome and the symptoms of diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating and chronic abdominal pain so difficult for most doctors to...

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IBS & Food Allergy Q&A

Great panel discussion with Dr. Stephen Wangen from the IBS Treatment Center and a round table discussion. Education is the best way to understand what’s going on with your body!

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Causes of IBS: Candida

One of the more common causes of digestive problems is Candida, or yeast. Although there are other types of yeast, Candida is the word usually used to describe a problem with yeast. Although many...

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Causes of IBS: Parasites

Parasites are another common cause of IBS symptoms and should be discussed. These symptoms can include diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating, cramps, nausea, poor digestion, fatigue, muscle aches, bleeding, rectal itching, and abdominal pain. Parasites...

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Causes of IBS: Yeast Overgrowth

First, it’s important to know that yeast infections, or yeast overgrowth, are a common result of antibiotic use. Additionally, yeast is also considered normal flora at low populations, since it is often found in...

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What is Gluten Intolerance?

Many people react to gluten by producing elevated IgG antibodies to gluten or wheat, but they do not have damage to the small intestine (which can indicate celiac disease). Their test results for celiac...

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Treating Gastroparesis

(image thanks to sophisticatededge.com) The diagnosis of gastroparesis simply means that there is a delay in how long it takes the stomach to empty. It is then typically assumed that this is due to...

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