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  • Victoria Hames says:

    I have multiple primary headache disorders. Chronic cluster headaches and chronic migraine, new daily persistent headache. long story short, I was recently diagnosed with abdominal headache (perhaps IBS). I friend of mine suggested a low FODMAP diet.
    My question is, is there any documentation linking neurological disorders with gastro intestinal discomfort or disorders?
    If indeed this is the case, I am hopeful that this new way of eating would be helpful.
    I have a friend with similar disorders and gluten free seems to have helped.
    I purchased your book today. But seeing as I have a rare disorder , I like to feast on as much knowledge as I can.
    Thank you,
    Victoria hames

    • FODMAPs Editor says:

      Hi Victoria. I’d check with your physician for more information, but there are some research studies linked via this Wikipedia page discussing the connection between Crohn’s disease (a type of Irritable Bowel Disorder(IBD)) and some neurological disorders: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crohn's_disease. This section of the article in particular speaks to the topic:

      “Crohn’s disease can also cause neurological complications (reportedly in up to 15%).[32] The most common of these are seizures, stroke, myopathy, peripheral neuropathy, headache and depression.[32]” http://professionals.epilepsy.com/page/inflammatory_crohn.html

      It’s important to note that IBD and IBS are very different (here’s a good primer from the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation: http://www.ccfa.org/resources/ibs-and-ibd-two-very.html) but it may be helpful material to discuss with your doctor. Good luck!

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