Conquering Irritable Bowel Syndrome, 2/e
198 pages/ 35 illustrations
Dr. Nicholas J. Talley
Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Consultant, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
Adjunct Professor of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina,
Foreign Guest Professor, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Formerly Chair, Department of Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, and Jacksonville, Florida
Up to one in five people worldwide are troubled by typical IBS symptoms, and most have not seen a doctor about them. Many doctors don’t know much about it and many dismiss IBS as being “in their head.” The good news is that a quiet revolution is going on that looks promising.
Cramps or pain in the stomach, feelings of bloating or even swelling up like a balloon, rushing to the toilet because of diarrhea, or not being able to go at all; these are some of the symptoms of the irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Knowledge is power; those troubled with IBS need to take control by understanding the problem and its potential solutions. This book aims to help empower people who suffer with IBS as well as their families. What is IBS? Why do some people get the disease? What can be done about it now that truly works? Take control and read on.
- Authoritatively written, current and concise from both physicians and sufferers of this disease
- Presents a brief description of symptoms, concepts, pathophysiology, and risk factors
- Highly illustrated
- A good pocket guide
General Practitioners, IBS patients, and families of IBS patients