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This leads to impossible situations - trying to stay awake all night and ending up tired or suffering the embarrassment of farting next to a guy I fancy.
I've farted a few times recently during the night with this new guy.
A study published by the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD) shows that men in Western cultures are much less likely than women to report signs of IBS to their physician.
Therefore, data about gender-specific symptoms is lacking.
I know many people would probably tell me to just mention it to the guy and make a joke of it.
I can do that and I'm sure he'd be fine with it.
The gas, however, still causes my some really embarrassing problems, especially when it comes to dating.
I don't often meet guys I'm attracted to but recently did meet one.
I'm 32 and have suffered from IBS for about 14 years.
I would totally understand if a guy found that disgusting.
I guess I'd just like to hear from other people who have this same problem.
I've already read all the advice in the world about foods to avoid to reduce gas. No matter what I eat, I still can't help farting during the night!
A while ago I was very ill for a few days with a flu virus and ate almost nothing for a few days, but I was STILL farting.