Can you still drink coffee with IBS? I love Starbucks I've been drinking it since it was 6!!!! And now I'm 16 and after having a horrible stomach virus for a long time and huge amounts of stress I developed IBS.. It's supposed to MAYBE go away after a year. But I need coffee :(
My boyfriend had to give up coffee because it was the main cause of all his stomach issues. He drinks tea now. There are coffee-like drinks you can try. Look in the coffee aisle. Also folgers has a low-acid coffee, Smooth something.
Coffee is one among the drinks professionals usually advocate to avoid, primarily thanks to its alkaloid content. Drinking decaffeinated coffee could appear sort of a logical resolution, but it, too, will cause a occurrence of IBS symptoms. shift to a coffee-like different, like a soy-based or herbal-based drink, may provide relief, and avoiding farm or sugar merchandise more to your occasional could, as well. Speak to your gastroenterologist before you add something unaccustomed your diet, notably if you've got severe IBS symptoms.
I have been experiencing stomach pain. I get a burning, knawing pain in the upper part of my stomach and it sometimes radiates into my chest. It is especially bad every night - wakes me up and does not go away. I struggle with it until I eventually get up and get on with my day. I am waiting to get in for an endoscopy.
The odd thing is that it almost always goes away after my morning coffee. Coffee does relieve the pain. Is there some benefit to coffee or what... ? This does not add up... Any explanations...
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