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Figure S1. Distribution of stool form in the top three reported most bothersome symptoms in IBS-M (irregular bowel habits, abdominal pain, and bloating). No significant differences were found in distribution of stool form predominance in irregular bowel habits (BH; p = 0.123), abdominal pain (p = 0.108), and bloating (p = 0.638).

Figure S2. Distribution of bowel movement frequency in the top three reported most bothersome symptoms in IBS-M (irregular bowel habits, abdominal pain, and bloating). Irregular bowel movement frequencies included those experiencing bowel movements less than three times a week, more than three times a day, or both, at least 25% of the time. Normal bowel movement frequencies included those not having bowel movements less then three times a week nor more than three times a day at least 25% of the time. Differences in distribution of stool form frequency were significant in irregular bowel habits (BH; p = 0.001), but not abdominal pain (p = 0.669) or bloating (p = 0.194).

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