Hi asheraz...I just posted an OTC med I am taking...I dont know if I am allowed to say the trade name, so I will just tell you to google "bifantis" it will take you the drug I am talking about...ok...first letter of the med starts with the letter "A:... It has been a miracle for me. HeleneView Thread
Hello I was totally at my wits end with all the symptons of IBS. All lot of constipaton and lots of the opposite too! Along with this was nauseau, dizziness and appetite ZERO. About three months ago I tried an OTC med with "Bifantis". You can google this and it will come up with the stuff I am taking. I dont know if we are allowed to say, as it might mean advertising...I dont know. I can tell you this drug has been a miracle to me. I decided to go off it for 7 days, as I had a bladder infection and was concerned it it would interefere with the strength of antibiotic. And back it came...I was miserable after the 5th day. Been back on my miracle and life saver OTC stuff for over a week now. All is normal and I feel great! Please reply if anyone has actually tried this OTC drug and let me know. I have talked to two people and they have had success with it too. Thanks you. HeleneView Thread
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