IBS – The Things You Can’t See
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From being told that it’s “just in your head” or doctor saying “nothing looks wrong”, IBS sufferers know the struggle of living with an invisible illness. To fight day in and day out with symptoms that are unseen by others is quite a challenge. For the month of October, we want to spread awareness of all of the ways IBS sufferers silently struggle while trying to manage their IBS. Send us your questions, share your story, or get feedback from each other in our forums below!


What has been your biggest struggle in dealing with an invisible illness?

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Want to see how others have managed the unseen aspects of living with an invisible illness? Join the conversation here.

Share Your Story
Have you had experiences where having an invisible illness has preventing you from doing something you wanted to do? Or an experience where you were treated unfairly? Share your story here!

Connect with others
We have plenty of ways to get in touch with others and hear about their experiences with IBS. We’ll be discussing living with an invisible illness all month, so join us on Facebook, Twitter, or friend members on our site!

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