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Most people with irritable bowel syndrome suffer symptoms like abdominal pain for at least a year before seeing a doctor.
Hernias often have no known cause but can occur when you lift something heavy, strain on the toilet, or perform any activity that increases stomach pressure.
Some patients who have diverticulosis experience mild abdominal pain, bloating, and irregular bowel habits. With diverticulitis, the pain can be severe.
Cases of acute pancreatitis have climbed steadily over the past couple of decades. If you experience symptoms, get to the hospital right away.