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  • Title: aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: .. Sign up for Email Alerts:.. Search:.. My Cart.. |.. Register.. Sign In.. What Is IBS?.. Introduction to IBS.. Facts About IBS.. Gut Bacteria and IBS.. IBS in Men: A Different Disease?.. Other Disorders.. Signs Symptoms.. Overview.. Recognizing Symptoms.. Pain in IBS.. IBS with Constipation.. IBS with Diarrhea.. Bloating in IBS.. Sleep and IBS.. Gynecological Aspects of IBS.. Symptom Diary.. Diagnosis.. Testing in IBS.. Don t Ignore these Changes in your IBS.. Treatment.. Working with Your Physician.. IBS Symptoms Treatments.. Treating Pain.. IBS Global Treatments.. IBS Diet.. Low-FODMAP Diet.. Complementary or Alternative Treatments.. Medications.. Psychological Treatments.. Take Part in Studies.. News You Can Use.. Living With IBS.. Relationships and IBS.. Pregnancy and IBS.. Travel and IBS.. IBS Patients Experience and Unmet Needs.. IBS and Holidays.. Personal Stories.. IBS Awareness Month.. The Art of IBS.. Mobile App.. Who We Are.. Contact Us.. Donate.. About Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).. IBS HELP.. Welcome to your complete resource for trustworthy information, support, and assistance from IFFGD about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).. We are a nonprofit started in 1991 by one person struggling with the challenges of a chronic digestive disorder.. On this site you will find help and information you can use about IBS.. What it is.. How to recognize it.. What to do about it.. Start Here.. IBS Strikes Often.. Most people are surprised to learn they are not alone with IBS.. In fact, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects about 1 out of 10 people or.. more.. *.. IBS is one of the most common disorders seen by doctors.. There's no single treatment or cure.. There are ways to manage IBS so that you feel better.. Irritable bowel syndrome is sometimes called spastic colon, mucous colitis, spastic colitis, nervous stomach, or irritable colon.. These are outdated terms.. Support the FGIMDs Research Enhancement Act.. Urge your Member of the U.. S.. House of Representatives to cosponsor the.. Functional Gastrointestinal and Motility Disorders Research Enhancement  ...   is here for you.. On this site, you'll find help about.. Symptoms.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Treatments.. Tips on Living with IBS.. and much more.. We'll help you take control of your IBS.. Help solve the puzzles of IBS and other GI disorders.. take part in studies from home or in person.. Request a.. free information packet.. We comply with the.. HONcode standard.. for trustworthy health information:.. verify here.. Find more answers to your digestive health questions.. Among the many pages on this site, you'll find lots of helpful information about GI disorders, research, clinical trials and much more in our.. Learning Center.. Open our.. Library.. of over 250 premium and complimentary publications; you'll find the most complete collection on the web of original articles, written by many leading experts, which address digestive health topics.. *Worldwide prevalence rates of IBS range from 9 23% and U.. rates are generally in the area of 10 15%.. Back.. Last modified on.. June 26, 2014 at 08:11:49 AM.. Download the free IBS Info app.. Get our new mobile app for helpful info on IBS and on Chronic Constipation.. Go.. Get Involved with DHA.. Be part of a community and.. find support with the.. Digestive Health Alliance.. Advocate for Digestive Health.. Following our advocacy efforts this June, you can still take action.. Join the Conversation.. Connect through Facebook.. Go ».. Follow us on Twitter.. Sign Up for E-News.. Loading.. This information is in no way intended to replace the guidance of your doctor.. We advise seeing a physician whenever a health problem arises requiring an expert s care.. Call us toll-free (in the U.. ) at.. 1.. 888.. 964.. 2001.. Site Home.. Privacy Security.. Terms of Use.. Site Map.. Help.. Free Info Packet.. IFFGD on Facebook.. IFFGD Sites:.. IFFGD.. org.. DHA.. aboutConstipation.. aboutGERD.. aboutgiMotility.. aboutIncontinence.. aboutKidsGI.. giResearch.. aboutGastroparesis.. Copyright 1998-2014 International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, Inc.. (IFFGD).. All Rights Reserved.. Powered by.. Net Forge..

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  • Title: Donate Online - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: Home.. Donate Online.. Donation Fund.. Select the amount and way(s) you wish your gift to be applied in US dollars.. With donations of $25 or more in the U.. ($35 International), receive our publication,.. Digestive Health Matters.. , for one year!.. Need Help? Currency Converter.. General Fund.. $5.. $10.. $25.. $50.. $100.. $250.. $500.. $1000.. Other:.. $.. Research Fund.. Gift Tribute.. This donation is.. in honor.. in memoriam.. of someone else.. Full Name:.. Please enter the name of the person you are remembering.. Acknowledgement.. I would like to send an acknowledgement letter to.. no one.. the above person.. someone else.. Country:.. Afghanistan.. Aland Islands.. Albania.. Algeria.. American Samoa.. Andorra.. Angola.. Anguilla.. Antarctica.. Antigua and Barbuda.. Argentina.. Armenia.. Aruba.. Australia.. Austria.. Azerbaijan.. Bahamas.. Bahrain.. Bangladesh.. Barbados.. Belarus.. Belgium.. Belize.. Benin.. Bermuda.. Bhutan.. Bolivia.. Bosnia and Herzegovina.. Botswana.. Bouvet Island.. Brazil.. British Indian Ocean Territory.. Brunei Darussalam.. Bulgaria.. Burkina Faso.. Burundi.. CaMbodia.. Cameroon.. Canada.. Cape Verde.. Cayman Islands.. Central African Republic.. Chad.. Chile.. China.. Christmas Island.. Cocos (Keeling) Islands.. Colombia.. Comoros.. Congo.. Congo, The Democratic Republic of the.. Cook Islands.. Costa Rica.. Cote D'Ivoire.. Croatia.. Cuba.. Cyprus.. Czech Republic.. Denmark.. Djibouti.. Dominica.. Dominican Republic.. Ecuador.. Egypt.. El Salvador.. Equatorial Guinea.. Eritrea.. Estonia.. Ethiopia.. Falkland Islands (Malvinas).. Faroe Islands.. Fiji.. Finland.. France.. French Guiana.. French Polynesia.. French Southern Territories.. Gabon.. Gambia.. Georgia.. Germany.. Ghana.. Gibraltar.. Greece.. Greenland.. Grenada.. Guadeloupe.. Guam.. Guatemala.. Guinea.. Guinea-bissau.. Guyana.. Haiti..  ...   Portugal.. Puerto Rico.. Qatar.. Reunion.. Romania.. Russian Federation.. Rwanda.. Saint Helena.. Saint Kitts And Nevis.. Saint Lucia.. Saint Pierre And Miquelon.. Saint Vincent And The Grenadines.. Samoa.. San Marino.. Sao Tome And Principe.. Saudi Arabia.. Senegal.. Serbia And Montenegro.. Seychelles.. Sierra Leone.. Singapore.. Slovakia.. Slovenia.. Solomon Islands.. Somalia.. South Africa.. South Georgia The South Sandwich Islands.. Spain.. Sri Lanka.. Sudan.. Suriname.. Svalbard And Jan Mayen.. Swaziland.. Sweden.. Switzerland.. Syrian Arab Republic.. Taiwan, Province Of China.. Tajikistan.. Tanzania, United Republic Of.. Thailand.. Timor-Leste.. Togo.. Tokelau.. Tonga.. Trinidad And Tobago.. Tunisia.. Turkey.. Turkmenistan.. Turks And Caicos Islands.. Tuvalu.. Uganda.. Ukraine.. United Arab Emirates.. United Kingdom.. United States.. United States Minor Outlying Islands.. Uruguay.. Uzbekistan.. Vanuatu.. Viet Nam.. Virgin Islands, British.. Virgin Islands, U.. Wallis And Futuna.. Western Sahara.. Yemen.. Zimbabwe.. Please select a country.. Attention:.. Street Address:.. Please enter a street address.. Address Line 2:.. City/Locality:.. Please enter a city.. State/Region:.. Please enter a state.. Zip/Postal Code:.. Please enter a zip.. Optional Message.. Please include any comments and appreciation for the person or place you wish to honor.. Message:.. Your Name on Acknowledgement:.. Notes.. All orders and online donations are encrypted to protect your credit card information.. IFFGD is not a government agency.. IFFGD is a registered charitable foundation qualified under IRS code section 501(c)3.. Contributions to IFFGD are deductible for computing income and estate taxes to the extent permitted by law.. Other IFFGD Sites..

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    Descriptive info: Shopping Cart.. Total Discount:.. $0.. 00.. Subtotal:.. Tax:.. Shipping Charges:.. Total:.. Store.. Books and Journals.. CDs.. Note Cards..

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  • Title: Registration - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: Registration.. Registration.. Basic registration allows you to download and view complimentary content from the Learning Center.. Join IFFGD.. Get involved to stay informed or support the mission of IFFGD.. Learn more about how to get involved with IFFGD.. Please fill out the short form below to register.. All fields are required.. Site Login.. E-mail Address:.. Your email address will be your username.. Please enter an email address.. Please enter a valid email address.. Password:.. Please enter a password.. Please select a password between 5 and 32 characters in length.. The password does not match the confirmation password.. Confirm Password:.. Please confirm your new password.. Name.. First Name:.. Please enter your first name.. Last Name:.. Please enter your last name.. Credentials:.. Email Preferences:.. Your privacy is important to us.. All names, addresses and email addresses of our visitors and members are kept confidential.. Unless we have your permission or are required by law, we do  ...   to receive website and important educational news items via email from IFFGD.. Please do not send any unsolicited emails, except those directly relating to my account and any purchases I may make.. Please tell us whether or not you would like to receive email alerts.. Survey Participation:.. IFFGD occasionally seeks respondents to participate in online or phone surveys.. We use these surveys to gain important information about the healthcare needs of those who suffer from digestive disorders.. Would you be interested in being contacted as a potential survey participant? This in no way obligates you to complete a survey, it only indicates that you would like for us to let you know that a survey may be available.. Yes, please let me know when there is a survey being conducted.. No, I am not interested in participating in any surveys.. Please tell us whether or not you would like to participate in IFFGD surveys..

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    Descriptive info: Account Sign In.. Account Sign In.. Please Sign In.. Email:.. Please enter your password.. Remember me.. I forgot my password..

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  • Title: What Is IBS - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: What Is IBS.. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder in which abdominal discomfort or pain is associated with a range of symptoms.. Typically, these include intermittent abdominal pain accompanied by diarrhea, constipation, or alternating episodes of both.. Other symptoms may also be present.. Learn how to feel better.. If you  ...   your daily schedule is often ruled by intestinal discomfort, get help.. Talk to your doctor.. Although there is currently no cure for IBS, there are ways to improve symptoms and feel better.. Find out how on this site.. Popular Topics:.. IBS Symptoms.. IBS Treatment Management.. March 12, 2014 at 03:19:16 PM..

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  • Title: Intro to IBS - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: Intro to IBS.. What is IBS?.. What are the symptoms of IBS?.. What causes IBS?.. How is IBS diagnosed?.. What tests are appropriate to confirm IBS and exclude other significant disease?.. What are treatment options for IBS?.. What is post-infectious IBS?.. What is the relationship of stress to IBS?.. Is there a relationship between psychological symptoms and IBS?.. What is the effect of diet on IBS?.. Other frequently asked questions about IBS.. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects up to 10 15% of adults.. It has a significant worldwide prevalence.. Although IBS is not associated with an increased risk for life-threatening illness, it is associated with a significant health care and economic burden.. Studies have shown that IBS patients have an increased number of outpatient health care visits, diagnostic tests, and surgeries.. IBS can also severely compromise a person s quality of life.. IBS is second only to the common cold as a  ...   also be impaired, which is why IBS is often called a brain-gut disorder.. These disturbances can produce symptoms of.. abdominal pain or discomfort.. ,.. bloating.. or a sense of gaseousness, and a change in bowel habits (.. diarrhea.. and/or.. constipation.. ).. Did This Article Help You?.. IFFGD is a nonprofit education and research organization.. Our mission is to inform, assist, and support people affected by gastrointestinal disorders.. Our original content is authored specifically for IFFGD readers, in response to your questions and concerns.. If you found this article helpful, please consider supporting IFFGD with a small tax-deductible donation.. Adapted from.. IFFGD publication #101b.. revised and updated by: Douglas A.. Drossman, MD, Drossman Gastroenterology PLLC, Chapel Hill, NC.. January 29, 2014 at 10:05:44 AM.. Symptoms of IBS.. What Causes IBS?.. Diagnosis of IBS.. Testing for IBS.. Treatments for IBS.. Post-infectious IBS.. Stress and IBS.. Psychological Factors and IBS.. Diet and IBS.. FAQ about IBS..

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  • Title: Facts About IBS - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder characterized by abdominal pain or discomfort, and altered bowel habit (chronic or recurrent diarrhea, constipation, or both either mixed or in alternation).. IBS affects between 25 and 45 million people in the United States (10 to 15% of the population).. About 2 in 3 IBS sufferers are female.. About 1 in 3 IBS sufferers are male.. IBS affects people of all ages, even children.. Worldwide it's estimated that between 1 in 10 and nearly 1 in 4 people (9% to 23% of populations) has IBS.. Most persons with IBS are under the age of 50.. But many older adults suffer as well.. The exact cause of IBS is not known.. Symptoms may result from a disturbance in the way the gut, brain, and nervous system interact.. This can cause changes in normal bowel movement and sensation.. Stress does.. cause IBS.. However, because of the connection between the brain and the gut, stress can worsen or  ...   contradictory.. Diarrhea can alternate with constipation.. Long-term symptoms can disrupt personal and professional activities, and limit individual potential.. Treatments are available for IBS to help manage symptoms.. Not all treatments work for all people.. Through research, better treatments may be found.. Although IBS is common in the general population, few seek medical care for their symptoms.. Nearly 2,000 patients with IBS reported in a.. survey by IFFGD.. that diagnosis of their IBS was typically made 6.. 6 years after the symptoms began.. Approximately 20 to 40% of all visits to gastroenterologists are due to IBS symptoms.. For those with IBS an additional burden comes from living in a society where the word bowel may scarcely be spoken.. Individuals must cope with multiple symptoms that affect every aspect of their lives.. Those around them may be unaware of the impact, or even the existence, of the disorder.. IBS can only be diagnosed by a medical professional.. January 17, 2013 at 09:14:38 AM.. Statistics..

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  • Title: Gut Bacteria and IBS - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: Bacteria are present in the normal gut (intestines), especially in the lower parts of the intestine.. They achieve concentrations of several billion in the colon (large intestine/bowel).. These normal bacteria have important functions in life, including:.. Protecting against infection by disease-causing bacteria.. Helping the immune system of the gut to develop.. Producing a variety of substances that have an important nutritional value.. Together, the normal intestinal bacteria are often referred to as the gut flora (or microbiota).. A number of factors may disturb the mutually beneficial relationship between the flora and the body.. When this happens, bacteria that can cause disease may take hold.. Do Bacteria Play a Role in IBS?.. There is now evidence to support the idea that disturbances in the bacteria that populate the intestine may have a role in at least some people with IBS.. This evidence from observations or studies can be summarized as follows:.. Antibiotic use, well known to disturb the flora, may predispose individuals to IBS.. Some people may develop IBS suddenly following an episode of stomach or intestinal infection (gastroenteritis) caused by bacteria (a condition called post-infectious IBS or PI-IBS).. A very low level of inflammation may be present in the bowel wall of some IBS patients, which could have resulted from an abnormal interaction with bacteria in the gut.. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) may be associated with IBS.. Altering the bacteria in the gut, by antibiotics or probiotics, may improve symptoms in IBS.. In PI-IBS some people who were previously well develop IBS-type symptoms following an episode of gastroenteritis, while most others recover completely.. PI-IBS represents a clear link between exposure to a bacterial infection (such as from contaminated food or water) and IBS in those who seem especially at risk.. Learn more about PI-IBS.. A number of research studies report a role for inflammation in the bowel s inner lining (mucosa) in IBS.. This is low-grade inflammation and far less than that seen in the true inflammatory bowel diseases, ulcerative colitis and Crohn s disease.. Interestingly, it has been found among patients in whom there was nothing to suggest that their IBS began with an infection.. What suddenly causes this inflammation is not clear.. It may be that subtle changes in the bacterial population in the intestines are driving it.. Some people with IBS may be genetically predisposed to an exaggerated inflammatory response to normal bacteria.. While this theory of IBS is in its infancy, there is already some evidence for the extension of the inflammatory process beyond the confines of the gut wall.. This could explain some of the symptoms such as tiredness and fibromyalgia that may  ...   colon, and especially those bacteria that are prone to produce gas and other substances through fermentation.. An improvement of gas-related symptoms, with antibiotic therapy, has been described among a group of patients with bloating and flatulence, who did not have evidence of SIBO.. Antibiotics clearly help some IBS patients though how this happens may be more complex than originally thought.. A prolonged course of antibiotic therapy should be approached with caution, regardless of the safety profile of a given antibiotic.. This is an important issue, as IBS tends to be a chronic and relapsing condition.. Some people obtain a relatively long-lasting improvement following a single course of antibiotic, but others do not.. Results of further long-term studies regarding the use of antibiotics are needed.. Is there a Role for Probiotics in Treating IBS?.. Given their safety profile, effective probiotics would, at first sight, appear to be more attractive as a means to influence the gut flora in IBS.. Are probiotics effective in IBS? There have been several studies of a variety of probiotics in IBS.. It is only recently that these have been of the quality needed to come to firm conclusions.. There was some early evidence, although inconsistent, of symptom improvement in gas-related symptoms.. More recently, there has been some evidence of benefit from some probiotic combinations.. The best evidence relates to a particular organism,.. Bifidobacterium infantis.. 35624.. Studies have shown this strain to be superior to placebo in relieving the main symptoms of IBS (abdominal pain/discomfort, difficult defecation, and distension/bloating).. Learn more about the role of antibiotics and probiotics in treating IBS.. Summary.. Many recent findings add to a growing body of evidence to suggest that IBS may result, at least in part, from a dysfunctional interaction between our gut flora and ourselves.. This leads to a low-grade inflammation in the gut wall that may spill over into other areas of the body.. Some researchers propose a role for bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine as a common factor in causing the symptoms of IBS.. Other evidence points to more subtle changes in the colonic flora.. Both hypotheses remain unconfirmed.. Nevertheless, short-term therapy with either antibiotics or probiotics does seem to reduce symptoms among some people with IBS.. Whether or not these effects come about through changes in the number or type of bacteria in the colon and/or small intestine, it is evident that manipulation of the gut bacteria deserves further attention.. IFFGD publication #209.. by Eamonn M.. M.. Quigley, MD, Professor of Medicine and Human Physiology; Head of the Medical School and Alimentary Pharmabiotic Center, National University of Ireland, Cork, Ireland.. April 11, 2014 at 02:40:23 PM..

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  • Title: IBS in Men: A Different Disease? - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: No anatomical differences are seen between the intestines of males and females.. Nevertheless, there are differences in the symptoms and other expressions of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) seen in men and in women.. These differences include the illness experiences and responses to treatment of IBS.. Regardless of gender, you should not be shy to seek proper diagnosis and advice.. Population Differences.. In Western countries, women appear more likely than men to have IBS, and are 3 times more likely to see their doctor about symptoms.. The reasons why men are less likely to report symptoms to a doctor are unknown.. In many Eastern countries, it appears from some studies that men with IBS are 4 times more likely than women to consult doctors.. So it seems that cultural and other reasons for the health care seeking may differently influence men and women who have IBS symptoms.. Diagnostic Differences.. In the past, diagnostic criteria appear to have been less effective in diagnosing IBS in men than in women.. These served as the basis for many population surveys and clinical studies.. So for example, if abdominal distension (which is more prevalent in women) was one of the required symptoms, fewer men would meet the criteria.. Current diagnostic criteria (Rome III) aim to be gender-neutral.. Hormonal effects appear to play a role in women.. No comparable hormonal effects have been demonstrated in men.. Women both with and without IBS report changes in GI symptoms just prior and through the menstrual cycle with symptoms reported as more intense in women with IBS.. Learn more about the gynecological aspects of IBS.. Psychological Differences.. Clinical studies of IBS include so few men that comparisons of the prevalence of psychological states may not be justified.. Nevertheless, psychosocial differences may help to explain why fewer men with IBS  ...   in males and females is fundamentally different after all, and that the above observations reflect these differences? Or, is there some hormonal difference that affects gut function and the response to certain drugs?.. The number of men in existing clinical studies is small, and more data is needed before jumping to conclusions.. If there is a true difference in male and female IBS, then we must explore the reason.. Future IBS trials should include more men.. Learn more about treatment options for IBS.. Conclusions.. Whether or not there are true gender differences in IBS is debatable.. The truth will have to await a more clear understanding of the disorder.. However, in North America, men are less likely than women to report IBS symptoms, to see doctors for them, to be found in specialist clinics, and to participate in clinical trials.. There may also be differences in the symptoms themselves, in psychosocial factors, and in responses to therapy.. With better understanding of the diagnosis, gender differences, and meaning of IBS symptoms, we may better design treatment of IBS in men and women.. Meanwhile, it should be understood that IBS does commonly occur in men.. It is distressing and disabling for some.. It is important to seek medical help when needed, where the principles of diagnosis, treatment, and management equally apply to men and women.. We need to understand why men in North America seldom seek medical help for their IBS, and why they are apparently less reluctant in other parts of the world.. Finally, whether or not they are fewer in numbers, men should be appropriately represented in therapeutic trials and studies of the IBS.. IFFGD publication #166.. reviewed and updated by: W.. Grant Thompson, MD, FRCPC, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.. January 24, 2014 at 12:37:02 PM..

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  • Title: Other Disorders - aboutIBS.org
    Descriptive info: Functional Disorders.. Modern medicine focuses on diseases that have a basis in the structure or anatomy of the body systems rather than functional disorders that have a basis in how the systems work.. In effect, symptoms remain unexplained not because they cannot be explained but because some doctors do not know how to explain them.. Many functional disorders and symptoms occur that are non-gastrointestinal.. In fact, functional disorders are prevalent in most body systems.. Overlap or co-existence of the disorders is fairly common.. Examples of well recognized disorders include:.. Fibromyalgia (FMS).. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).. Migraine and tension headaches.. Temperomandibular joint disorder  ...   patients NCCP has a gastrointestinal basis.. Multiple chemical sensitivities.. Learn about.. The Association of IBS with Other Non-gastrointestinal Functional Disorders.. Other Digestive Disorders.. Many other disorders can affect the digestive tract.. Some can have symptoms that may be similar to or overlap with gastrointestinal functional or motility disorders.. These will have uniquely identifying features which differentiate them from functional GI or motility disorders.. Examples:.. Inflammatory Bowel Disease.. Gastrointestinal Infections (e.. g.. ,.. Giardia, Yersinia.. Clostridium Difficile.. (.. C.. Difficile.. ).. Diverticulosis/Diverticulitis.. Celiac Disease.. Lactose Intolerance.. Food Allergies.. Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis.. Volvulus.. January 17, 2013 at 09:27:48 AM.. IBS and Non-GI Functional Disorders.. Pelvic Pain..

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