How IBS Affects You at Home and at Work

Is it a bug or is it IBS? That’s a fundamental question that many people suffering from GI distress ask themselves, and it varies from person to person. For those with the worst cases of IBS, the condition can significantly affect their daily lives—causing them to miss work and frequently visit the bathroom, no matter where they are. Because there is no cure for IBS, and therapies vary from person to person (depending on their symptoms), IBS is a highly personal condition that requires careful monitoring and consultation with your gastroenterologist.

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