How do you test for IBS?

Dr. Mark Pimentel​

Professor of Medicine at Geffen School of Medicine and Cedars-Sinai
Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.

  • IBS has traditionally been diagnosed using
    multiple tests to exclude the possibility of
    other diseases. If no other health issues
    are found, a diagnosis of IBS is made.
  • Scientists have since discovered validated
    biomarkers for IBS that can be measured
    with a blood test. These biomarkers are
    effective in diagnosing the majority of IBS-
    D and IBS-M cases.
  • ibs-smart® is the only licensed, patented
    blood test that measures these
    biomarkers to diagnose IBS.