If you suffer from IBS with constipation (IBS-C) and are looking for ways to manage the symptoms, these five simple lifestyle changes may help.
Getting relief from IBS-D may take some detective work. For many people, the IBS diarrhea diet can help control IBS symptoms.
A bacterial infection such as food poisoning or a virus is often the cause of "stomach bug" symptoms, which is medically known as post-infectious IBS.
Managing IBS symptoms with dietary changes is key. Some suggested IBS diets include gluten-free, elimination diet, low FODMAP, and more.