Review: could Garlic cause Ibs?


Summary

There is no Ibs reported by people who take Garlic yet. We study 2,148 people who have side effects while taking Garlic from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Ibs and more.

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Garlic

Garlic has active ingredients of allium sativum. It is often used in health. (latest outcomes from Garlic 1,202 users)

Ibs

Ibs (irritable bowel syndrome -chronic abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, pain, abdominal pain upper, chest pain, depression (latest reports from 15,024 Ibs patients).

On Jul, 24, 2016

No report is found.

Do you have Ibs when taking Garlic?


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