I an beginning to think a large part of my ibs symptoms are directly due to dysregulation of serotonin in my system, gut and or brain.
The evidence is out there that excess serotonin is present in ibs-d cases. Does anyone have experience with this concept?
Are there ways of flushing serotonin from the system quickly to see if symptoms improve?
I know this seems to fly in the face of serotonin being the happy molecule, but when I get leaky stool I also get depression symptoms, and I can't really figure out what causes them, though I've been food experimenting for years. (I don't have the money to get more tests so confirming ibd isn't an option, unless someone knows a pro bono gastroenterologist)
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