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Irritable Bowel Syndrome Symptoms, Causes And Relief By A Fellow Sufferer

I was in my early twenties when IBS pain started to hit me. Working in a job for a management that makes it difficult to get more out of everyone and put it in less time for proper rest or diet and a lot of stress. Finally my body complains in the only way I can hear, it hurts.

I had a chronic attack of abdominal pain for several weeks, and my digestive system stopped functioning properly. At first I smiled and took it, and kept working as hard as I could and taking the pressure company threw me off. Finally the pain on my right led me to believe that I had Appendicitis and needed to see a doctor. I worked a day and saw G.P.

During the surgery, my doctor punctured and moved to my stomach to see where the pain was and to check for inflammation. Not found, appendicitis no. Then the questions start, am I happy in my work? No! Am I stressed out at work or at home? Yes! Does the pain move in my stomach from side to side? Yes! Am I eating the right foods? NO! no time for that. The diagnosis is Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

So I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and that causes stomach ache, but what is it and what can I do to prevent back pain?

First, I had to get some fiber in my diet, starting with the fiber-rich beverages I had prescribed to get something moving in my gut, but then I had to continue with more fiber-rich foods to ease my irritated stomach. Second, I had to relieve stress, which meant not telling my manager at times and not taking on all the work they were doing and their deadlines, or at least stopping them from worrying.

Shortly after the first few fiber drinks I was feeling better. With proper rest every day for the right meal and the effort it took to say no to my stress I was soon free from the painful intestines. It can't be cured, but when I get symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, I recognize them and look for my triggers to make changes to get help from IBS again.

The symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome may not be the same, and triggers may be different for different people. Seeking medical advice and dealing with stress, eating habits or whatever may be causing your symptoms is the beginning of the path to relief from Irritable Bowels and the suffering you are experiencing.



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