The body’s internal plumbing can be the source of considerable malfunction and misery, yet it is a tough subject to broach, even with a doctor. Gastroenterologist Robynne Chutkan, founder of the Digestive Center for Women in Chevy Chase, Md., dispenses with the stigma and offers some useful advice on restoring balance and harmony to distressed digestive tracts.
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