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IBS

11 results found for: IBS

IBS sufferers worried about return to workplace

People with irritable bowel syndrome are anxious about lockdown easing and the prospect of going back to the workplace contributing to their symptoms.

Abdominal discomfort: Multi-symptom relief with Buscomint

Discover the key benefits of a product that offers multi-symptom relief from abdominal pain, cramps and bloating, plus lifestyle advice to help manage symptoms.

Abdominal Pain Learning

Update your knowledge on abdominal health with a host of training materials that offer advice, recommendations and key information to help manage symptoms such as cramps, pain, bloating and IBS.

Managing irritable bowel syndrome

This CPD module provides an update on the diagnosis and management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Managing symptoms of constipation

This CPD module provides an update on the management of constipation in adults. After reading this module you should be able to explain to patients the likely causes of constipation and suggest possible solutions.

Cereal offenders

In the UK, 70 per cent of people with coeliac disease remain undiagnosed as the symptom overlap between the condition, irritable bowel syndrome and non-coeliac gluten sensitivity pose real diagnostic challenges

IBS: Spell it out

One-third of patients don’t believe healthcare professionals take irritable bowel syndrome seriously enough, so the need for better communication between care providers and sufferers is clear

Problems of the lower GI tract

Some symptoms of lower gastrointestinal disorders can be vague and overlapping, so careful questioning of customers is required

Train your team: Bowel health

This Train Your Team checklist provides support and information to run a team training session on bowel health

UKCPA viewpoint: Microbionta and IBS

With better understanding of the body’s microbionta, treatment strategies for IBS will change significantly

Migraine linked to IBS...

IBS, migraine and episodic tension type headache seem to share a pathophysiological and genetic basis



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