Spotlight: Living With IBS & Other Chronic Conditions
For many IBS sufferers, IBS is not the only chronic illness people live with. We often hear our community members talk about other conditions such as migraines, chronic pain and fatigue, mood disorders, and many more. For the month of June, we want to talk with you about living with IBS and other chronic conditions.
Do you have certain ways to cope with IBS and other chronic conditions? OR, do you have a question you’d like to ask? Please share it with us in our living with IBS and other chronic conditions forum:
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How many other chronic conditions do you manage along with IBS?
Read more about other health conditions related to IBS and how members manage living with multiple conditions:
What Are Some Other Health Conditions Connected To IBS?
By Editorial Team
Irritable bowel syndrome shares symptoms with many other possible conditions. IBS is a “functional bowel disorder”, which is a functional gastrointestinal disorder...
READ MOREIBS Was My First Diagnosis
By Ally Godly—July 15, 2016
IBS was my first diagnosis, but it wasn’t my last. In the past few years of being an IBS patient advocate, I’ve started to notice more and more that IBS often does not show up alone...
By Todd Holland—November 11, 2016
When you’re a kid no one sits you down and tells you that someday you will be sitting in a doctor’s office answering questions about your bowel movements. How is one to be prepared for such a thing?...
By Kim Dolce—April 18, 2017
It’s been less than a year since I was diagnosed with IBS-C and I’m still learning about this blasted thing. I could easily make excuses for that. I have multiple sclerosis, too, and it has dominated my awareness for almost 20 years...
Obesity and IBS
By Emily Downward—February 27, 2017
Is obesity more common among people who have IBS? Or is IBS more prevalent among those who are obese? That’s the mystery a recent review of scientific literature set out to determine...
Have you tried eating smaller portions to manage symptoms?