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Irritable bowel syndrome IBS is a common intestinal disorder that affects the colon the large intestine. It can cause cramps, gas, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation. It's sometimes called a "nervous stomach" or "spastic colon. Many people have IBS.

While it can be uncomfortable and embarrassing, IBS doesn't cause serious health problems. Doctors can help teens manage IBS symptoms with changes in diet and lifestyle. Sometimes they prescribe medicines to help relieve symptoms. But having gas or a stomachache once in a while doesn't mean someone has IBS. Doctors consider it IBS when symptoms last for at least 3 months and include at least two of these s:.

The colon's main job is to absorb water and nutrients from partially digested food. Anything that is not absorbed is slowly moved through the colon toward the rectum and out of the scat girl as waste in the form of feces poop. Muscles in the colon work to get rid of the body's waste products. They squeeze and relax as they push the undigested food through the large intestine. These muscles also work with other muscles to push the waste out of the anus.

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Undigested food in the colon can't move along smoothly if the colon's muscles don't work at the right speed for good digestion or don't work well with the other muscles. This can lead scat girl belly cramps, bloating, constipationand diarrhea. Some foods — like milk, chocolate, drinks with caffeinegassy foods, and fatty foods — can trigger IBS symptoms.

So can infections, and anxiety and stress. Some people with IBS are more sensitive to emotional upsets. Nerves in the colon are linked to the brain, so things like family problems, moving, or taking tests can affect how the colon works.

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People with IBS may be more sensitive to belly pain, discomfort, and fullness. Sometimes, people never find out what brings on their IBS symptoms. Unlike other digestive conditions, such as inflammatory bowel diseaseIBS doesn't carry a risk of permanent damage to the intestines.

There is no specific test for IBS. To diagnose it, doctors ask about symptoms and do an exam. They'll ask if anyone in your family has IBS or other gastrointestinal problems. Talking about things like gas and diarrhea can be embarrassing. The doctor may suggest keeping a food diary to see if any foods trigger your IBS symptoms. The doctor might ask about stress at home and at school.

Although there's no test for IBS, a doctor may send a patient for tests to make sure the symptoms aren't being caused by other problems. Your doctor will have suggestions on what might work for you. You also can keep a food diary so you can see if some foods and events seem to trigger your IBS symptoms. Record what you eat, what symptoms you have, and when they happen. If you're living with IBS, you scat girl worry about anything that could trigger symptoms. Learning more about IBS and what triggers your symptoms is the first step to taking action.

Then, do what scat girl need to take care of yourself. Reviewed by: J. Fernando del Rosario, MD. Larger text size Large text size Regular text size. What Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome? The main of IBS is belly pain or discomfort. Other s include: a change in bowel habits pooping bloating belching burping flatulence farting heartburn nausea feeling sick feeling full quickly when eating But having gas or a stomachache once in a while doesn't mean someone has IBS.

Doctors consider it IBS when symptoms last for at least 3 months and include at least two of these s: pain or discomfort that feels better after a bowel movement pain or discomfort together with changes in how often a person has to go to the bathroom pain or discomfort along with changes in their stool poop. Some people get constipated, and their poop is hard and difficult to pass. Others have diarrhea. What Happens in IBS? What Causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome? The specific cause of IBS isn't known, but it tends to run in families.

There's no cure for IBS. But there are ways to take control of IBS symptoms. Doctors often recommend: Diet changes. You might try avoiding very large meals, drinks with caffeine, spicy or fatty foods, chocolate, some dairy products, and foods that contain gluten. Some people find that adding fiber — eating more fruits and vegetables, for instance — and drinking more water can help stop IBS symptoms too. Also try eating regular meals, avoiding on-the-run eating, and paying attention to good nutrition. Lifestyle changes.

If you have IBS that appears related to stress, you might want to make some changes. Consider ways to manage daily pressures, such as scat girl, and make time for activities you enjoy. This might mean reducing stress by talking over problems with a school counselor or a therapist.

Be sure to get enough sleep and exercise. Your doctor might recommend some stress-reduction techniques, like breathing exercises.

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Research also shows that hypnotherapy may help in managing IBS. Doctors sometimes prescribe medicines to treat diarrhea, constipation, or cramps. Antidepressants may help some people with pain management and depression. Talk with your doctor before you try any over-the-counter medicines for diarrhea, constipation, cramps, or other digestive problems.

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