IBS treatments

Soothe your symptons quickly and discreetly online, with no pharmacy visit needed. Our licensed antispasmodic treatments are effective for fast treatment and ongoing suppression.

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All treatment options

All our IBS medicines work in effective ways to soothe painful symptoms, with options for fast relief or ongoing treatment.

Buscopan® IBS Relief

Buscopan® IBS Relief

  • Popular
  • Fast relief
  • check_circle_filledSoothe symptoms of cramps and spasms
  • check_circle_filledTake 1 tablet as needed
  • check_circle_filledEffective after just 15 minutes
  • 40 tablets
    £8.95
    £0.23 a tablet
Colofac® IBS

Colofac® IBS

  • Regular dosage
  • check_circle_filledSoothe symptoms of cramps and spasms
  • check_circle_filledTake 3 times a day before meals
  • check_circle_filledEffective after 1 hour
from £0.13 a tabletadd_circlePrices
Colpermin® IBS Relief

Colpermin® IBS Relief

  • Long lasting
  • check_circle_filledReduce intensity and frequency of cramps and spasms
  • check_circle_filledTake 1 tablet before meals
  • check_circle_filledGradual treatment can take 2 weeks for full effects
  • 20 capsules
    £6.95
    £0.35 a capsule
Alverine Citrate

Alverine Citrate

  • Flexible
  • check_circle_filledSoothe symptoms of cramps and spasms
  • check_circle_filledTake before or after meals
  • check_circle_filledEffective after 1–2 hours
  • 100 capsules
    £8.95
    £0.09 a capsule
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About IBS

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the name given to a collection of symptoms that affect your bowel. It’s thought to affect 10–20% of the population, particularly 20–30 year olds. Symptoms include:
  • Abdominal discomfort or pain, often relieved when you go to the toilet
  • Irregular bowel pattern of constipation and diarrhoea
  • Stomach bloating
  • Passing mucus
  • Urgency, straining and feeling like your bowels aren’t fully empty
You may find that eating makes your symptoms worse.
IBS has many causes. Research is showing the most common initial triggers include bouts of food poisoning or gastroenteritis. Some IBS symptoms can be present in other conditions too, so it’s important to discuss any you experience with your doctor so they can investigate and exclude any other conditions. You should get a diagnosis from a healthcare professional before starting treatment.
Antispasmodic medications work by relaxing the smooth muscles in your gut. This reduces spasms, which are often the cause of the discomfort associated with IBS. They target gut muscles, providing fast relief from symptoms such as abdominal pain, cramps and bloating.
You shouldn’t take antispasmodic medication if you’re pregnant, breastfeeding or allergic to it.

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