Post gastrectomy diet
Abdominal bloating (gas)
Abdominal pain, cramps
Constipation, Diarrhea, both
Heartburn (Reflux or GERD)
Leaky Gut Symptoms (I prefer to call this Leaky Small Intestine)
Skin symptoms (such as eczema or rashes)
Respiratory symptoms (such as asthma)
Mood symptoms (such as depression)
Brain symptoms (such as Autism)
Steatorrhea (fatty stools)
Anemia (Iron or B12)
In particular, if the symptoms of IBS are present, or one of the associated diseases along with digestive symptoms is present, consider SIBO.
According to Bures et al, “It is mandatory to consider SIBO in all cases of complex non-specific dyspeptic complaints (bloating, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, abdominal pain), in motility disorders, anatomical abnormalities of the small bowel and in all malassimilation syndromes (malabsorption, maldigestion).”
For more details, please see my article SIBO: Often Ignored Cause of IBS, class videos and the other resources at Learning More.