IBS Treatment Center

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New York, NY United States

212-389-9914
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    Contact Information

  • Company Name
  • IBS Treatment Center
  • Phone Number
  • 212-389-9914
  • Location
  • 983 Park Ave #1D5
    New York, NY, 10028
    United States

    Company Details

  • Hours of Operation
  • Mon-Thur 8 am - 7 pm, Fri - 8 am - 5pm
  • Accepted Forms of Payments
  • All cc, cash, checks

More About IBS Treatment Center

Website:

https://www.manhattangastroenterology.com/conditions/irritable-bowel-syndrome/

Category:

Gastroenterologist, Medical Office, Medical Clinic, Doctor 

Description:

 

Irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, is a common medical condition diagnosed by the best in class NYC Gastroenterologist that targets your intestines. IBS  can cause abdominal pain, gas, bloating, cramping, diarrhea and/or constipation. IBS symptoms can oftentimes be accompanied by and overlap with other symptoms and be difficult to identify as the cause of your symptoms.  Patients should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by a gastroenterologist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan in order to exclude an underlying serious illness or condition.  Blood work, stools studies, breath tests and other diagnostic tests include endoscopy/colonoscopy may need to be performed to secure a proper diagnosis depending on your case.

 

Other symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome that the NYC gastroenterologists patients typically have include bloating and the feeling of not having emptied the bowels completely, so needing to return to the toilet shortly after a bowel action. Many people with IBS find that their symptoms are made worse by stress and by certain foods.

 

Not everyone is affected the same way, but women report the condition more often than men. Certain foods — such as dairy, chocolate, even fruits and vegetables — can trigger IBS. Artificial sweeteners, alcohol, caffeine and carbonated beverages also might cause the condition. Medicine, such as antibiotics, can contribute to it as well. Stress, hormones and genetics also can play a role in the onset of IBS.

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