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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

As possible factors that exacerbate IBS and common treatments for IBS. Irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, is a chronic condition affecting your large intestine. The large intestine, also called the colon, absorbs water and nutrients from partially digested food moving through your digestive tract. With IBS, the muscular contractions of your colon are abnormal.

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  2. how to clean it properly? :-)))
    every system should be clean :-)))
    every sub-system should be clean :-)))
    every part of system should be clean :-)))
    every part of sub-system should be clean :-)))

  3. I knew there was something up with my body when I got cramps all the time! 😀 thanks for the vid I’ll have to talk to my doctor sometime about it

  4. I think it can happen at all ages…. I’m 17 and I /think/ I have this… -pretty sure I do now that I heard about it- So… I start having these issues when I was 13 so yeah xD Stress was probably a lot of the issue..

  5. so if its contracts too fast should we just hold it for an extra hour in order for it to absorb more water? and for slow contractions would it also help to drink more water to help keep the stool soft?

  6. The best thing I have started taking is digestive enzymes.

    Food just get absorbed easier and you get so much energy with the efficient breakdown of the food. It’s a lot like the caffein effect.

    It makes everything much easier on your body.

  7. Not to be confused with IBD (Inflamatory Bowel Disease) which is a Chronic condition consisting of diseases such as Chrohn’s disease and Ulcerative Cholitis. I know this because I was diagnosed with UC when I was 10. People sometimes mistake IBD for IBS which can be very dangerous. There is some evidence that IBD in some cases can even lead to cancer and is a serious topic.

  8. Thank you so much for this informative video! I have now lived with this Syndrome since i was 9-10 years old, and i never knew what caused it, now Im 22 and finally did some research on it and this helped me understand it really well, at last I can be at piece of mind knowing what the problem is and now i can work on trying to avoid it.

  9. I started with these symptoms at age 30 and I am now 42. I never had any issues with going to the restroom a lot until then. It has taken over my life and I lost confidence due to this issue. Some days are better then others, when I only have to go twice a day, I consider it a miracle. Pray you don’t ever get this cruel disease, it gets very depressing! I need a cure soon!!

  10. I have IBS and I found a lot of help from Heather. She is a patient expert about ibs because she has had it since she was a child and now has a website about it to help other people. It’s helpforibs. com Good luck.

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  12. I got diagnosed with ibs when I was 11. I am 15 now and I am doing fine. I take a medication called dislycomine (that wasn’t spelt right, but it sounds like it) and I only take it as needed. I just avoid too much of soda and sugars. I can’t have too much or my Colin will function improperly and I get gassy and diarrhea. it is NOT fun. But it isn’t a big deal. I feel like every other person. I just have to watch the amounts of food and fluids I take in. 🙂 nothing much.

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