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IBS Treatment Overview

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Care Plan

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First steps to consider

  • It’s important to always see a healthcare provider to get a treatment plan.
  • IBS can sometimes be treated at home with OTC medications, diet and lifestyle changes, and natural remedies.
  • You may need to see a doctor in-person to get an initial diagnosis and testing.

Emergency Care

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Call 911 or go to the ER if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • ​​You have signs of dehydration (extreme thirst, less frequent urination)

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