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What is IBS?

October 05, 2016 IBS Formula

So, what is IBS?

IBS is short for Irritable bowel syndrome. It is a type of GI (gastrointestinal) disorder characterized by symptoms including:

  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Alternating Diarrhea and Constipation
  • Abdominal pain
  • Abnormal bowel habits
  • Flatulence and intestinal gas
  • Bloating (distention)
  • Cramping

Doctors refer to Irritable bowel syndrome as a "functional" disorder, meaning - a medical condition that impairs the regular characteristic of a bodily process, even though that part of the body appears to be completely normal under examination, dissection or even under a microscope.  So in specifically referring to IBS, it means that the problem is with the movement within the bowels rather than pointing to any damage to the tissues of the digestive tract.

Other words to describe IBS symptoms as they relate to the human condition:

IBS symptoms can be embarrassing IBS symptoms can be debilitating IBS symptoms can cause anxiety
IBS symptoms can be depersonalizing IBS symptoms can be depressive IBS symptoms can be painful

I myself lived with IBS for most of my life.  I thought it was normal or at least relatively normal to have diarrhea and severe cramping several times a week, every week.  In my late 30s, I made a resolution to do something about this card I had been dealt.  I refused to believe the doctors that told me that there's nothing that will truly fix the problem. 

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