Generally false, but then anyone can have anything complicate a pregnancy.However there is nothing about IBS that would automatically make you a high risk pregnancy.It seems the most common outcome is woman's IBS gets significantly better during pregnancy so isn't even a factor at all. Unfortunately it isn't every single person, but it usually stays the same or gets better, and for a few people worse.K.
I have had IBS since age 15. Had my daughter at 25 and my son at 29. Both pregnancies were perfectly normal. My IBS was ok with the 1st one and I was pretty misearble with the 2nd one. Was never told by my doctor that IBS could cause complications. Mindy
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