About: Dr. Don Davis, D.C., DACNB - Neurology
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Or - Why do I hurt everywhere when my IBS acts up?
By Dr. Don Davis
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) sufferers have enough problems with stool frequency, bloating and abdominal pain without having to deal with pain anywhere else. But that’s just what recent research is beginning to show us.
We already know that there is increased “overall” pain in other syndromes like fibromyalgia and in many other degenerative diseases like diabetes and heart disease. But pain in areas outside of the gut with IBS is a little hard to relate to. The reality is, it’s there, and its common.
The research has been building for a while, in fact in 2003, studies showed that body-pain outside the GI tract with IBS was actually greater than Inflammatory bowel disease and Crone’s disease.