Irritable Bowel Syndrome Long Term Disability
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a gastrointestinal disorder that causes problems with the digestive system. This brings a person pain or discomfort in the abdomen. Plus, it changes a person’s bowel movement patterns. Up to 50% of all visits to the gastroenterologist involve IBS.
Some studies suggest hormones could trigger irritable bowel syndrome. Researchers found that approximately 80% of all those with IBS have an overgrowth of bacteria in the intestines. Antibiotics can help. However, emotional factors could also trigger IBS. These include stress, depression, anger, frustration, tenseness, or feeling overwhelmed.
Symptoms of IBS include:
- Feeling of an unfinished bowel movement
- Whitish mucus in stool
IBS Long Term Disability Claim
Those who aren’t successful with IBS treatments find that their lives are greatly impacted. It is important to prove that IBS symptoms are painful and disruptive to a person’s life. For example, abdominal cramps can cause you to lose focus at work. Plus, IBS causes frequent and unscheduled bathroom breaks. The constant stopping can halt production at work.
If an insurance company denies your claim, it is important to contact a knowledgeable complex litigation attorney. We will review your denied claim and help.
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If you have been injured or are prevented from working due to a physical or mental disability, it is important that you understand the LTD benefits you are entitled to. Our staff takes great care to offer the personalized and informative advice you need to understand your specific plan and the process of obtaining your benefits. Our attorneys have represented many clients in the past with complex cases. We will work tirelessly to obtain results on your behalf.