Buscopan IBS Relief

Buscopan IBS Relief relieves abdominal cramps which cause pain and discomfort in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Buscopan contains hyoscine butylbromide which has an antispasmodic effect, relaxing the cramping muscle of your bowel.

Colofac IBS

Colofac IBS tablets contain mebeverine hydrochloride, one of a group of medicines called antispasmodics which are used to treat the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Colpermin IBS Relief capsules

Colpermin IBS Relief Capsules contain natural peppermint oil formulated in a sustained release capsule, clinically proven to provide effective, targeted relief from the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

These capsules release peppermint oil where it is needed to relieve the symptoms of IBS, including painful spasms, constipation or diarrhoea, bloating and trapped wind.

Fybogel sachets

Fybogel Orange Sachets make up with water into a high fibre drink that is an easy and convenient way to increase the fibre in your diet, helping your digestive system work more efficiently and gently relieving constipation.

Fybogel is made with ispaghula husk and works with your body to treat constipation without undue straining, discomfort or unnatural urgency, so helping to restore and maintain regularity.

IBS Relief

IBS Relief provides a complete approach to managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Written by a doctor, a dietitian, and a psychologist, this guide gives you a multidisciplinary approach encompassing every proven strategy for managing IBS, including new drug therapies and stress management techniques.

The book contains questionnaires, lists, diaries, stress and food tolerance tests, and other tools to help you determine the pattern of your symptoms, identify triggers, and take appropriate action. You will learn how to manage your problem based on your specific symptoms.

IBS: Answers at Your Fingertips

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is often dismissed as a trivial complaint blown out of all proportion by neurotic hypochondriacs. The reality is very different. It is an extremely common and distressing problem affecting up to 20% of us at any one time.

The symptoms of IBS include bloating, wind, abdominal pain, diarrhoea and constipation, and the condition can vary in severity. Some people have occasional mild symptoms; others experience frequent unpleasant bouts of IBS that can dominate their whole lives.

If you suffer from IBS, this book will answer the questions that you were too embarrassed to ask. Based on his long experience as a consultant gastroenterologist, Dr Shmueli provides detailed guidance on all aspects of the condition, answering over 430 questions from people with IBS.

The Good Gut Guide

The Good Gut Guide is an invaluable book for anyone with a bowel or digestive problem.

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The IBS Diet

The IBS Diet aims to reduce pain and improve digestion the natural way.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is often the result of a basic food intolerance and can flare up at times of stress. Diet is one of the best ways to get the condition under control and improve quality of life.

Written by Sarah Brewer, a medical doctor and Telegraph columnist, and Michelle Berriedale-Johnson, a well-known special diets cookery writer, this practical health guide provides IBS sufferers with a complete nutritional plan and 60 delicious and easy recipes to deal with IBS and digestive pain.

Understanding Bowels

Our knowledge of the bowels has increased enormously over recent years and doctors can now diagnose, and cure or relieve, nearly all disorders of the bowel.

Disorders of the bowel are extremely common. At any given time one in five people is experiencing discomfort from their bowels, which can largely be prevented by eating more suitable food.

The food we eat and the way we live our lives have enormous effects on our bowels. This book tries to explain these matters, helping you to keep the workings of your bowel comfortable and advising what to do if things go wrong.

Understanding Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders, but it is puzzling for those who have it and for the doctors who treat it.

IBS is a syndrome, a collection of symptoms with similar features that occur together in a pattern that your doctor can recognise. In typical cases, there is rarely any doubt about the diagnosis, although you may have symptoms in any part of your gastrointestinal tract, which stretches from the oesophagus (gullet) to the rectum.

The term irritable is used to describe the reaction of the muscles in the intestine, which respond to stress by abnormal contractions. These may result in various combinations of the three main symptoms: pain, diarrhoea and constipation.

In the UK around eight million people have IBS. Symptoms of IBS are equally common in men and women, but women consult their doctors about these symptoms more often than men.