What causes IBS…

The digestive system is impacted by the illness known as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Constipation, diarrhea, bloating, and stomach cramps are some of the symptoms it produces. These typically come and go throughout the day and can endure for a few days, a few weeks, or even several months.
Typically, it’s a lifelong issue. It can be incredibly annoying to deal with and significantly affect how you live your life.

Although there is no cure, medication and lifestyle adjustments can frequently help reduce the symptoms.

Although the precise reason is unknown, it has been connected to factors like stress, a family history of IBS, oversensitive gut nerves, and how quickly or slowly food passes through your gut.


IBS’s key signs and symptoms are:

1-Usually worst after eating and better after pooping, stomach ache, or cramps.

2-Your stomach may feel uncomfortably full and enlarged from bloating.

3-vomiting – You can have watery poop and occasionally need to poop quickly.

4-Constipation: You may feel as though you cannot completely empty your bowels and may struggle while pooping.

Your symptoms could improve some days while getting worse other days (flare-ups). Food or beverages may set them off.

IBS can also cause;

Farting (flatulence)
leaking mucus from your bottom being worn out and low on energy feeling ill (nausea)
backache \ problems Peeing symptoms include having frequent wants to urinate, having unexpected urges to urinate, and feeling as though your bladder is not totally emptied (bowel incontinence)

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