Unclear (or No) Diagnosis

If you are currently experiencing a lot of GI symptoms but aren’t entirely sure what they’re from, you’re not alone.

Some surveys have shown that as many as 75% of people are living with some GI discomfort.  This could mean that they have bloating and gas more often than they should, or it might mean diarrhea, constipation, or stomach pain.

For some, this could indicate a problem with diet.  For others, it could be a sign of a chronic GI condition.  And in the more rare case, it could mean that there is something else going on altogether.  Regardless, you have to get the symptoms under control in order to feel healthy again, and in order to do that, you need to know what is actually causing the symptoms.

The key first step is to get to know your GI tract.  If you feel like you don’t fully understand how it works, how it connects to the brain, or what the bacteria in your gut are doing, we’ve got it all covered for you!  Take a trip over to the GI Tract Overview.

If you feel comfortable understanding how everything works, the we can focus in on the ways that the GI tract can go wrong.  It’s a complicated system, and there are many different reasons that it can be causing your symptoms.  So let’s take a look at what might be happening, how it compares to your symptoms, how you can narrow it down, and where to go from there.


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