Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) what is it? – video | Patient | Dr Sarah Jarvis

Do you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be quite debilitating and many members of FibroFlutters have been diagnosed with it. To help people understand the condition better, and raise awareness, I share this video and information leaflet.

The intense pain leaves me pacing and then writhing, and pacing and writhing….
… A vicious cycle of trying traditional meds, essential oil blends, and drinking peppermint tea.

Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE, GP and Clinical Director of Patient.info. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a long-term (chronic) condition of the gut (bowel) that causes episodes of tummy (abdominal) cramps, bloating and either constipation or diarrhoea. IBS is a problem with how the bowel works. There is otherwise nothing wrong with the bowel.

Dr Sarah Jarvis discusses and explains the causes and treatments in this video courtesy of Patient via:

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Find out more here:

The following article is really useful and goes quite in-depth into everything you need to know. It discusses symptoms, who gets it, and possible causes. If you want to know how it is diagnosed and treated this information is also provided. Including possible medications you might be given and alternative remedies that you can research and investigate.

https://patient.info/digestive-health/irritable-bowel-syndrome-leaflet

Visit the Digestive Health section of Patient website for more useful articles and advice.

IBS can affect anyone at any age but it most often first develops in young adults. Women are affected more often than men.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Patient

Authored by Dr Laurence Knott, Reviewed by Dr Hayley Willacy | Last edited 11 Jun 2021 | Meets Patient’s editorial guidelines

Patient.info connects people with knowledge that makes them healthier, at every stage of their life. Our powerful symptom checker, healthy living articles, support forums, videos and quizzes, provide answers to the questions our users are asking most often.

I hope this is useful reading for you

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Any information read or shared on, to or from this blog site should not override any advice given to you by your own Doctors.

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