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What Are Some of the Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a very common gut condition and affects roughly one in ten people at some point or stage in their lives. It can be a long-term condition and one that usually causes a great deal of pain in the abdominal area. The pain can range from a small cramp to a severe pain and the symptoms can vary greatly between sufferers. People of all ages can be subjected to this discomfort of irritable bowel syndrome but most common sufferer's fall between the ages of fifteen to forty years old. Typically speaking, women are far more likely to contract irritable bowel syndrome than men, and more often than not they suffer from more serve symptoms. This article will go into more depth about Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the types of symptoms you should look out for if you believe you may have IBS.

One of the most common symptoms of IBS is pain in the abdominal area. This pain is more severe than your usual stomach pain or ill-related pain and will most likely begin to affect the quality of your life. The pain in the stomach area can often be worsened by eating and is often relieved through passing wind or opening the bowels - in some cases the pain can vary depending on menstrual cycles. Another common symptom of Irritable Bowel Syndrome is changes in the consistency and form of faeces - you may find that you faeces go from being hard to soft and watery. You may often feel an overwhelming need to empty your bowels and after which, you may also feel as though you have not full emptied your bowels.

While stomach pain is one of the more common symptoms of IBS, there are also many other symptoms that you should realistically look out for. Some of these symptoms include excess wind, feeling sick, moderate to severe back pain and bladder problems. If you are in any doubt as to whether you may have Irritable Bowel Syndrome you should schedule an appointment with your local GP. Your GP will be able to provide a full diagnosis on your condition and give you advice that you can take in order treat the condition.

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