For the huge number of generic and commonly observed symptoms that can be listed as signs of each of the GI disorders that we are of, many intestinal diseases are often confused and might lead to several misdiagnosis, if the analysis doesn’t involve specialised clinical diagnosis methods that help detect each of the disease conditions without fail. IBD and IBS are two such intestinal disorders that create a set of similar symptoms and eventually result in confusions that can delay the diagnosis and  Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease and irritable bowel syndrome. IBS or irritable bowel syndrome might result in several symptoms that are similar to inflammatory bowel disease. Yet, they are not the same condition, and need different treatment methods to supress the debilitating symptoms. In order to execute an accurate diagnosis of both the disease conditions, the analysis methods must include personalized diagnostic processes that are essential to diagnose and differentiate both the diseases.

While IBS is a broad term that includes acute inflammation and several other symptoms that exacerbate constantly leading to several life threatening situations. However, IBS is a non-inflammatory condition with a distinct difference in terms of the affected area. More often than not, many patients who suffer from inflammatory bowel disease might display IBD like symptoms. That said IBS patients might not suffer from IBD all the time. Moreover both the disease conditions can coexist at the same time. Unlike the commonly diagnosed IBD conditions, IBS can be functional disorder, similar to tension headaches and chronic fatigue syndrome. Unlike inflammatory bowel disease conditions like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome result in inflammation, abscesses, ulcers or other life-threatening damages to the bowel. IBS results in abdominal pain, bloating, mucus in the stool, diarrhoea, and constipation. It is also known as spastic colon or spastic bowel. Factors that trigger IBS includes certain foods, medicines, and constant stress.

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