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  1. Has anyone tried CBD oil for IBS? I've heard it has a calming effect on the whole body so am wondering if it might help IBS symptoms.
  2. If you have diarrhea symptoms, when do you take an anti-diarrheal such as imodium? At first go? After 5 BM's? Never?
  3. At Digestive Disease Week (DDW) in Chicago, I met with the new pharmaceutical (Sebela Pharmaceuticals) that will be marketing Motofen. Motofen is primarily used as an anti-diarrheal medication and has been on/off the market since 1978. Motofen contains difenoxin and is considered a Schedule IV medication which means it is unlikely to be habit forming; however, it needs to be managed very closely. Atropine is added to help the drug not become habit forming. The drug was recently acquired by Sebela and they are in the imminent process of marketing it. For some, this medication will work similar to Lomotil. You can read more about Motofen on its website, http://www.motofen.com
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