Chronic IBS - IBS symptoms that lasts for more than a period of three consecutive months is classified as Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
When your IBS symptoms last for a long period of time and is consistent (for at least 3 months), it is likely that you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome. However it needs to be verified and confirmed by a qualified physician or gastrointestinal specialist.
There Exists Good News!
Although IBS is considered by traditional doctors as life-long and no cure is available, we sure have good news for you. It is a condition that indeed can be reversed to the point of remission where you feel that IBS does not exists in your life anymore.
Tips to Focus On
There are many resourceful information contained on this site that can help to manage and defeat your IBS symptoms. It requires alot of dedication and patience to keep your symptoms under control and for it to decrease in severity over-time.
There is currently no one medication in this world or in the future that will exists that can cure your IBS. Lets face it, Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a condition where your intestinal tract has been damaged resulting in various problems such as an imbalance of the bacteria in your gut (candida) as well as the leaky gut syndrome.
There is nothing that can simply reverse that damage. The key solution here is to individually focus on each symptom that you have, one step at a time. The reversal of symptoms is a slow process but it does work and it is life-changing once the symptoms begin to subside and stay away on a long-term basis.
Read the various materials on this site and you'll be thrilled with the possibilities.
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