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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder that agitates the large intestine with abdominal pain. The cause of IBS is unknown, but contractions, inflammation, and infection in the intestine can factor in developing this condition. Certain foods, stress, and hormones can bring about IBS too.
According to the Mayo Clinic, a list of the most common symptoms of IBS include:
At times, individuals who have IBS will suffer its worst symptoms, but then experience them greatly improving or evening disappearing temporarily. For some, diet, exercise, and stress management can help them control their IBS symptoms. Others need medication and counseling. Although there is currently no cure for IBS, researchers are looking for ways to better improve symptoms and treat this condition.
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