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Mentioned Together
0.26% of the posts that mention Mood Swings also mention IBS (961 posts)
Treat them both!
Treatments such as Zoloft, Prozac and Lexapro are used both for IBS and Mood Swings.
(Irritable bowel syndrome)
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS, or spastic colon) is a diagnosis of exclusion. It is a functional bowel disorder characterized by chronic abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating, and alteration of bowel habits in the absence of any detectable organic cause. In some cases, the symptoms... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

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Imodium
Lotronex
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Mood Swings

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mood swing is an extreme or rapid change in Mood (psychology)... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Clomid
Lamictal
Zoloft
* Off-label
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961 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
I have had IBS for a good many years, I seem to have...
...I have had IBS for a good many years, I seem to have it under control via a stable diet. You are so right about mood swings and getting upset over ...early stages of my IBS I found it very...
Then the IBS creeps up on you, and... well, that's...
...Effexor, but I'm so tired all of the time, I just want to sleep. That's no way to live either. Then the IBS creeps up on you, and... well, that's enough to make anybody have mood problems....
IBS so my GP decided to move me on to Lofepramine. What...
...IBS so my GP decided to move me on to Lofepramine. ...mood swings nearer my menstrual cycle and I felt great, better than I had felt in many years. But I'm now just feeling so upset, snappy, an...
IBS so my GP decided to move me on to Lofepramine. What...
...IBS so my GP decided to move me on to Lofepramine. ...mood swings nearer my menstrual cycle and I felt great, better than I had felt in many years. But I'm now just feeling so upset, snappy, an...
been having more frequent attacks of IBS. The down side...
...of IBS. The down side for me to taking Prozac was it increased bruising on my body. If you even brushed up against me, I would have a huge bruise. It also gave me severe heartburn and...
Either way I feel good. The mental is the key to my IBS, im...
...hypnoses to take place... I hope and belive thats the final treatment. A mental mood change have helped me alot. But ...is the key to my IBS, im...
& birth control I'm 20, have had IBS since childhood and...
IBS & birth control I'm 20, have had IBS since childhood and have ...it I've been having worse IBS issues. Major flare ups ...painful spasm cramps and more emotional swings and fatigue. I was...
they finally decided it was Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Was...
...they finally decided it was Irritable Bowel Syndrome. ...amitriptiline is a sedator and a dehydrater which the latter is why it is working for you but beware of its nasty side effects such as mo...
I have had IBS for a good many years, I seem to have...
...I have had IBS for a good many years, I seem to have it under control via a stable diet. You are so right about mood swings and getting upset over ...early stages of my IBS I found it very...
had a mood swing my IBS was triggered. Your mind and body...
...to manifest at the same time as my bipolar. Be forewarned, some antidepressants will trigger your IBS. I think I mentioned in post somewhere that taking Welbutrin triggered my D so badly that I...
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