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IBS and Headaches: Research Uncovers an Important Link

IBS and Headaches

If you find your head and intestines seem to team up against you, rest assured you’re certainly not alone. Headaches are not only common, but they affect the majority of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) patients, and a significant percentage also experience migraines alongside their IBS. In the past decade, more attention has turned to the apparent relationship between headaches and gastrointestinal problems, and research has uncovered an undeniable link. Confirming that link between the two painful...

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