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The Truth About What IBS IS

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a man-made condition. It is not a syndrome or disease.

IBS is not genetic.

IBS is caused by the ingestion of anti-biotics in any of it’s various forms be it prescription-topical or in household cleaners-toothpaste-mouthwash or our food and water supply. Our environment is saturated with them.

The Truth About What IBS is Not

 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is not a syndrome.

IBS is not an auto-immune disease. In fact no inflammatory bowel condition is—including crohn’s ‘disease.

IBS is not just going to go away. There is no such thing as remission. You may be able to dampen the symptoms somewhat for awhile by juggling foods.

What Causes Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

 

If you have been told that you have Inflammatory Bowel Disease you are likely in the dark about what initially caused this condition. Your doctor may have told you that the causes for your ailment are unknown. That is not true. Your doctor isn’t holding back useful information from you. The truth is that doctors are not taught in medical school what causes issues like irritable bowel syndrome.

The Truth About Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Everything you have been told about IBD is wrong.

There is not a single medical study or paper published anywhere that claims to know the cause or cure of any IBD.

The supposed Inflammatory Bowel Diseases are: IBS = Inflammatory Bowel SyndromeColitis

IBS Questions & Answers

What are the most usual questions related to IBS and what are my answers for you?

I am frequently asked several good questions about irritable bowel syndrome.

1. ‘If I don’t have diarrhea can I still have IBS?’

Yes —- although diarrhea is the most common symptom it is not uncommon for people suffering with IBS to be constipated –

C-Diff or temporary urgent diarrhea

Clostridium Difficile = temporary brutal urgent diarrhea. Sounds like a lot of fun doesn’t it? Certainly not if you have experienced it. One other significant symptom is a very sore – raw butt. Notice that I said c-diff is ‘temporary.’

Unlike other conditions that have diarrhea as a major symptom c-diff comes and goes-typically after 2-3 days.

Constipation and Heartburn

How is it possible that these very common gastrointestinal problems are related?

After all one of them – constipation involves the lower GI and the other heartburn involves the upper GI-the esophagus.

Never heard of such a thing? Well you are not alone. It is unlikely that your gastroenterologist knows either.

They said it was all in her head. It wasn’t.

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When they could not determine what the source of her pain was they told her it was all in her head. They prescribed anti anxiety and then anti depression meds. That is a terrible thing to do. They were wrong and she was right. The moral of the story is to get a 2nd or 3rd or more opinions.

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