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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive disorder that affects million of people worldwide. It is often considered to be an embarrassing problem because of the symptoms. There is no scientific cause or cure, although symptoms can usually be eased.
IBS is a common digestive disorder that affects million of people worldwide. It is often considered to be an embarrassing problem because of the symptoms and because there is no scientific cause or cure, although symptoms can usually be eased.
The team at Evergreen Healthfoods get many queries in relation to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). People ask what exactly it is and what they can do to reduce the symptoms naturally. In basic terms, IBS symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating and irregular bowel habits, including alternating diarrhoea and constipation. In some people, irritable bowel syndrome can be a mere mild annoyance, while others can suffer tremendously crippling IBS symptoms on a daily basis.
The Coeliac Society of Ireland, in association with SuperValu, will hold an in-store event in Tuam next week as part of a nationwide series of events on coeliac disease and gluten-free living.
There's something about digestive problems that makes them very difficult to discuss, which is why over half of us suffer in silence. Help is at hand as TV3's Gut Check dietitian Caoimhe McDonald will be hosting an IBS awareness day, supported by Alflorex, at McGorisks Pharmacy, Athlone Towncentre on Friday, June 10 from 1.30-5.30pm.
Diverticulitis occurs when the mucous membranes lining the colon become weakened and form small pouches known as diverticula.
The most common symptoms of uterine fibroids are abdominal pain, decreased period cycle days, heavier menstrual bleeding, increased discharge, dropping down sensation of hard object in the stomach, and even frequent urination due to the bladder being pressed by the womb.