The pathophysiology of IBS remains uncertain Treatment for IBDs The treatment

The pathophysiology of ibs remains uncertain

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The pathophysiology of IBS remains uncertain. Treatment for IBDsThe treatment for IBD has the main goal of reducing the inflammation that triggers your signs and symptoms. Anti-inflammatory medications are the first step in the treatment of IBD. Other medications used are immune system suppressors such as Imuran and Purinethol. There are surgical procedures that can be performed for UC and CD. Treatment for IBS
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Treatment for irritable bowel syndrome is similar to treatment for inflammatory bowel disease as they both are treated by treating the signs and symptoms of each disease. Treatment for irritable bowel syndrome can be treated by making changes to your diet and lifestyle. Avoiding foods that trigger your symptoms, eating high-fiber foods, & and drinking plenty of water can help with mild signs and symptoms with IBS. Anti-diarrheal medications can be prescribed for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome just as it would be for inflammatory bowel disease.
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  • Summer '19
  • yvette
  • Gastroenterology, Irritable bowel syndrome, Ulcerative colitis, Inflammatory bowel disease

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