Women's Health

Gut Feelings

’m that coworker who’s already settled at her desk when you arrive at the office on time. The reason? Less an early-bird-gets-the-worm mentality (sorry, team) than a gets-thebathroom one. As staff pile in, I’m cross-legged in my chair, shoes off: the sole position able to dull the bloat, cramps, and pain that ravage my abdomen following a lengthy bout of, well, diarrhea. But hey, this is

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