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YOU DESERVE TO FEEL BETTER.

You are all too familiar with the frustration that comes with constipation, bloating, straining and abdominal pain. Despite your best efforts to feel good, you’re reluctant to leave the house – because Oh My Gut! constipation, abdominal pain and bloating strike again.

These symptoms shouldn’t define you. You are way more than your gut and you deserve to be present, to be regular, to find out why your symptoms keep returning.

If you have experienced these symptoms at least once a week for more than three months, you may have IBS-C (Irritable Bowel Syndrome with Constipation), and only a doctor can help you determine exactly what your symptoms mean. By talking about your symptoms, you can take an important step toward finding answers.

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THE ABC’S OF IBS-C

If you find yourself saying Oh My Gut! at least once a week for more than 3 months, bring these ABC's to a doctor’s attention. If you experience constipation, abdominal pain, and bloating, and the frequency and appearance of your bowel movements change, you may have IBS-C.

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ABDOMINAL PAIN

A pain that hits you right in the abdomen?
Abdominal pain can be a real pain in your you-know-what and it may not have to be a part of your daily routine. Discuss your symptoms with a doctor and you may start feeling better.

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BLOATING

Getting the gut feeling that this bloating isn’t quite right?
If your gut’s gone against you and you are experiencing bloating, talk to a doctor about it and all of your symptoms today.

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CONSTIPATION

Feel like you have something stuck in your gut?
Tired of changes in the frequency or appearance of your bowel movements? Leaving the bathroom unsatisfied? If you have trouble finding adequate relief or you have experienced symptoms at least once a week for more than 3 months, you may have a real medical condition. It’s not you, it may be IBS-C. Be sure to mention all of your symptoms when you talk to the doctor.

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The first step toward feeling better starts with having an honest and thorough conversation with a doctor about your symptoms and their impact on your life. It may be hard, but it’s a positive step toward finding relief.

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Learn about different ways that can help you manage your symptoms, from diet and exercise tips to medication.

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FOOTNOTES

*The IBS in America Survey was commissioned by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) and conducted with the financial support of Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Allergan plc. Online surveys were conducted by GfK, a leading market research company, Sept. 14 through Oct. 29, 2015. In total 3,254 IBS sufferers, both diagnosed and undiagnosed, were interviewed, as well as 302 healthcare providers who treat IBS patients – 151 primary care physicians and 151 gastroenterologists.

[1] Allergan and Ironwood Pharmaceuticals. "Laxative Use in CIC and IBS-C Sufferers & HCP Patients." Page 21. March 2018.

[2] Allergan and Ironwood Pharmaceuticals. "Laxative Use in CIC and IBS-C Sufferers & HCP Patients." Page 21. March 2018.

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