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02-11-2014, 08:43 PM   #1
Naturelover
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IBS is inflammation at the cellular level

My GI doc said that they are now discovering that IBS is inflammation at the cellular level. Perhaps some better treatments & diagnostic tests will be available in the future.

Has anyone else been told or heard/read about IBS being inflammation at the cellular level?
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02-11-2014, 10:35 PM   #2
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By definition, IBS does not present with visible inflammation. This does not mean that inflammation is not necessarily involved; it just means that the inflammation is not visible during routine diagnostic testing. Evidence is beginning to be seen of the possibility of low-grade chronic inflammation on a cellular level in some individuals who suffer from IBS. This inflammation is thought to most likely be associated with cases in which IBS which was preceded by a bout of gastroenteritis, a condition classified as post-infectious IBS (IBS-PI). Read more about inflammation…
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