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8 Signs You Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Pain and cramps

Experiencing pain and cramps in the lower abdomen are two of the main symptoms of IBS. An over-sensitivity of the gut likely causes these symptoms. IBS affects how the brain and gut work together, and the condition may cause the muscles in the gut to contract more than they need to for a normal bowel movement. Excessive gut muscle contractions may lead to lower abdominal pain and cramping.

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