By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Russell Shein
Those of you who struggle with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) understand just how uncomfortable it is and how much it can affect your lives every single day. The IBS symptoms are fine one day and then strong the next day and usually when you least expect them to act up. One day you feel a little constipated and bloated and then the next day you cannot stop running to the bathroom due to loose stools. There are many things that can cause IBS symptoms. We like to test the stool to really see what is happening in the gut. How is the good bacteria levels, the bad bacteria levels, is there an overgrowth of yeast etc? We also like to see the ph level of the gut, digestive enzyme needs, fiber needs and if leaky gut is an issue the person is dealing with but does not know for sure. We tend to see often in our tests a poor bacteria level in many peoples test results. This imbalance can lead to IBS and other GI symptoms. Our IBS test online can be done within the privacy of your own home. We offer comprehensive, three sample stool test that is easy to do! We send you a kit, you send in your samples, then we send you your results in a few weeks and we provide you with a protocol to support improved gut and overall health. We look at many potential contributors to IBS symptoms and flare-ups so nothing gets missed.
Test preparation: All that you have to do is stop any probiotics, gut supportive supplements and fiber supplements a few days prior to the test and for the duration of the test which is 3 days. IBS can cause general abdominal discomfort, reflux, appetite variations, weight problems, malabsorption, and a general inability to go about day to day life because of the related symptoms. If you want to get back into your routine without worry of a flare-up, we recommend our comprehensive stool test kits.
Order your IBS Test Online through our clinic and get answers for your symptoms.
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Medical disclaimer: Testing cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.