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What Causes SIBO?

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Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) implies a rapid increase in the general bacterial population in the small intestine. SIBO often results when a disease or surgical procedure slows the passage of food and waste items in the digestion tract, creating a breeding ground for bacteria. The excess bacteria typically cause diarrhea and may trigger weight loss and malnutrition. Learn about the cause of SIBO in this video.

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