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  • In my experience, since my diagnosis a year ago, it can be a guessing game not only to get the right prescription, but sometimes even the right dose
  • I would definitely recommend those patients newly diagnosed with IBS to ask their doctor to let them try Dicetel

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      For those of us who suffer from IBS or IBD, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, often there are a number of medications our doctors prescribe for us before we get the right one, or at least, the one which does the most good. In my experience, since my diagnosis a year ago, it can be a guessing game not only to get the right prescription, but sometimes even the right dose.

      After talking to fellow sufferers


      of this all-too-common disease, it seems common that even when a medicine is found that relieves our symptoms, the results can become less effective over time; in some cases, a different dose or a different medication entirely may be needed.

      I was prescribed Dicetel for my acute case of IBS.

      I did receive relief initially, within the first week.

      My system seemed less ‘irritated’ generally, and some of the more gruesome aspects of the illness ...


      • were either less common or less severe.

        Then after about 5 weeks, the symptoms returned, not quite as bad as before my diagnosis, but enough so I went back to the doctor.

        He increased my dose to two pills a day, which again seemed to work in a few weeks.

        This cycle of my body seemingly becoming accustomed to the medication was repeated and finally, after increasing the dosage to 3 pills a day,

        which is the maximum dose, I have settled into a more-or-less status quo state for my condition.

        I have since been told that Dicetel is one of the few IBS medications that have few if any known side effects and is the most prescribed treatment for the illness.

        I would definitely recommend those patients newly diagnosed with IBS to ask their doctor to let them try Dicetel.

        It seems to be working for me, so far.




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