The symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, include pain in the lower abdomen, excessive gas, bloating, changes in the pattern of bowel movement and mucus in the stool, according to WebMD. These symptoms must occur... More »

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Although symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome may vary based on age and current health conditions, most people experience a bloated feeling, abdominal cramping or pain, gas, diarrhea or constipation, according to the May... More »

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The cause of irritable bowel syndrome is unknown; however, many health experts conclude that miscommunication between the intestinal tract and the brain is a primary cause, according to WebMD. When miscommunication occur... More »

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Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome include bloating, excess gas, changes in the patterns of bowel movements, pain in the lower abdomen and mucus in the stool, according to WebMD. Bowel movement pattern changes associat... More »

The typical symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome include changes in bowel movement patterns, bloating and feelings of excess gas, pain in the lower abdominal area and mucus in the stool, explains WebMD. Because doctors a... More »

The symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, in women varies because each individual has different symptoms, but the main symptoms include abdominal pain, abdominal cramping, a bloated stomach, diarrhea, constipatio... More »

Some of the common signs and symptoms of approaching death days or hours before it occurs include inability to eat or drink; little or no bowel and bladder activity; pain that shows as scowls, groans or grimaces; and gla... More »

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