Hi,Anybody here knows what role does smoking plays in terms of IBS?I quit smoking 6 months before my IBS started because I got pneumonia. However (shame on me) I started smoking again a year later.Although I'm still a social smoker, I smoke. So far I don't feel any difference in my IBS when I smoke. It doesn't make it worst or better.I've been trying to find some publications regarding this topic but so far there seems to be indiference about it, at least when it's related to IBS. Sounds funny? Doctors tell you about alcohol, fatty foods, fiber, etc, but I don't recall anything about smoking. None of my GIs has ever asked me if I smokeThanks.