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Welcome to IFFGD

IFFGD is your resource for reliable digestive health knowledge, support, and assistance about functional gastrointestinal (GI) and motility disorders (FGIMDs).

We are a nonprofit started in 1991. Discover information you need on digestive disorders in adults and children. 

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Participate in our Gastroparesis Survey Online

We are conducting a survey aimed at identifying ways to better treat and improve daily life for people who have gastroparesis. To take part, click on this link: Participate in our confidential gastroparesis online survey.

Participate in an IBS Patient-Physician Relationship
Survey Online

Have you had bad or good experiences being treated for your bowel symptoms by your health care provider? Take part in this confidential online survey aimed at helping providers better meet the needs of their patients.

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Chronic Constipation 
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) 
Acid Reflux Disease (GERD) 
Motility Disorders 
Incontinence, Leakage, or Urgency 
Digestive Disorders in Kids and Teens 
Digestive Health Research
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Find Answers About Your Digestive Health Needs

There's lots of helpful information in our Library about disorders, research, clinical trials, and more. Over 250 publications include original articles by many leading experts about digestive health topics.  

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Learn what's new in research about digestive health.


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