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IBS and weight change

How IBS can result in weight loss or gain

IBS can result in weight loss or weight gain in different people. Our expert Ali explains the mechanisms taking place which can account for this and the positive steps you can take to better manage your weight.

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    DONNA — 09.06.2018 05:52
    Hello I have put on weight and if I have any breads and milky drinks it causes meto have diarrhoea I do get stomach pain and alot of wind. I have not seen my gp but I realy feel tired and and recently been diagnosed with rehmatid arthritis do I'm in pain alot . I realy am fed up at the moment as I don't know what to eat for the best. I work long hrs and find it hard to eat properly. Thanks for any help.

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      Ali — 13.06.2018 07:33
      Hi Donna, As I said to you in the other email query that you posted, it's best to ask your doctor to check your liver function with these symptoms. Also, if you have been given any medication for your rheumatoid arthritis (which you didn't mention in your other query), these may be triggering some issues for you. Best Wishes, Ali

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