symptoms and signs suggestive of irritable bowel syndrome: recurrent episodes of abdominal pain. Changes in the frequency, shape or consistency of stools. Sensation of incomplete evacuation, tension, fecal urgency. Feeling of nausea, fatigue, fullness, vomiting. Recurrent abdominal pain or discomfort for at least 3 days / month in the past 3 months, associated with at least two of the following: 1) Improvement in pain during defecation. 2) Appearance associated with a change in frequency of stool. 3. Onset associated with a change in the shape (appearance) of the stool.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), is classified as a functional bowel disease. The remodeling of the autonomic nervous system by limbic rehabilitation is a very sophisticated technique allowing a physiological treatment of intestinal diseases. In the case of "pure irritable bowel syndrome", the effectiveness of the treatment is now confirmed (hundreds of patients successfully treated) as is the case of IBS associated with non-specific colitis. Now we are starting to successfully try IBD patients (Crohn and rectocolitis). To understand ..... see www.brussels-scientific.com