IBS Gut Health

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition affecting the digestive system. It is usually a life-long condition, and it can have a big impact on everyday activities. 

  • Between 10 and 20% of people in the UK are thought to have IBS.
  • It can develop at any age, but symptoms commonly start between the ages of 20 and 30
  • Women are twice as likely as men to report having symptoms of IBS
  • The IBS Service at Pharmacy+Health can help you get the treatment you need

Frequently Asked Questions

Typically, IBS is a lifelong medical condition. Some people find that their symptoms get better over time while others experience worsening symptoms. However, IBS sometimes goes away on its own.

IBS can be difficult to live with and can have a big impact on your daily life. Although there is no single cure, making changes to your diet and lifestyle and using suitable medicines can often help to manage and reduce the symptoms. 

Our experienced and highly trained pharmacists are clinically qualified to help you find the best way to treat your IBS symptoms.

Dietary changes can improve IBS symptoms for some people. However, there are many possible causes for IBS and the first step should be to consult a qualified health professional such as one of our pharmacists. They will be able to give advice on the most effective treatment for your IBS symptoms.

Pharmacy+Health makes it simpler and more convenient to get the IBS treatment you need. Find out more about the cost of a consultation here.

You can trust our skilled staff to give you the highest quality care.