Nearly everyone experiences unwanted digestive symptoms now and again. Sometimes these symptoms may be minor, othertimes they may be very disruptive.

A number of symptoms that occur together may characterize irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or another functional GI disorder.

Whether or not digestive symptoms arise from a functional GI disorders, there may be ways to help relieve bothersome digestive symptoms.

Learn more about several common digestive symptoms here:

 For more information on the symptoms of a specific disorder, explore our family of websites:

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We provide a wide range of topics and tools dedicated to providing information about chronic disorders of the digestive tract and how improve living with these conditions.

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Books of Interest

Medical Definitions

Advocates in Action

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Advocates are people who speak out about something they believe in on behalf of themselves and/or others.

Here are the experiences of people living with the challenges imposed by functional GI disorders. Through IFFGD they have put their hopes for change into action.

Advocates for Functional GI

For Gastroparesis

For IBS and Lower GI Disorders