I have heard of women getting a rash during pregnancy....and it goes away once the baby is born.
The cases of it I've seen (from friends) the rash developed (or became noticable) during the third tri.
if it isn't causing
I had these once. My ENT told my I had kryptic tonsils, meaning that they have alot of deep ridges in them. So when you eat food, small pieces can get stuck in them and fester there. It was solved by simply gargling mouth wa
, and mucus in stool. I'm not familiar with itching palms & feet plus skin turning red as being typical IBS symptoms. Breathing usually isn't labored with IBS. And definitely, IBS shouldn't affect your scrotum...