dr Mridul Chandra Das
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Centre for Child Health, BLK Super Speciality Hospital
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One should be alerted by these signs and look for alternative diagnoses, in previously diagnosed cases of IBS

  1. Recurrent unexplained fever
  2. Night time pain or diarrhea
  3. Stools that may be difficult to flush away
  4. Persistence of severe vomiting or diarrhea
  5. Recurrent or worsening rectal bleeding
  6. Joint pains
  7. History of weight loss and poor growth
  8. Family history of inflammatory bowel disease
  9. Unexplained pallor
  10. Delay in onset or progression of puberty

Such cases should be timely referred to a Pediatric gastroenterologist for further management.

Posted On: 21/02/2019

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