There are several foods which are known to trigger IBS symptoms. Read on to learn about the most common IBS trigger foods here.
Many people with IBS report symptoms relating to heartburn and GERD. Could IBS and heartburn be connected? Keep on reading to find out.
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.
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.
If you've been newly diagnosed with IBS and diabetes, you may be asking yourself if there is a link between the two. Find out what the connection is.
We’ve all experienced an occasional bout of constipation, but what if this was our daily lives? How are we supposed to cope with IBS and constipation?
Not surprisingly, IBS and sleep don’t mix very well. Physical discomfort interferes with your ability to relax, and pain or stress can keep you awake.
IBS and migraine headaches may have a link as recent research has found that about half of all IBS patients deal with frequent headaches.
It's particularly important to get an accurate diagnosis as soon as possible. Start by breaking through these misconceptions about IBS to find out more.
Although the exact cause of IBS is not known, there are various triggers that contribute to the development or aggravation of the symptoms.