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  1. Over-the-Counter (OTC) Treatments
    Hey everyone, I'm currently taking Ketotifen Oral after reading some research of it helping people with IBS-D. Before, I had tried Zyrtec 10 mg and it worked amazingly. I've only been on the Ketotifen for 1 week. Some days it helps, some days it doesn't. I'm committed to taking it for at least...
  2. Diarrhea Prescription Medications
    I'm starting an experiment on myself today, and here's why: Last year, I was in such bad shape with IBS-D that I had to take 2 months off of work. Because I didn't have any kind of official diagnosis, I ended up being released due to mental instability. I was extremely opposed to psych meds...
  3. Over-the-Counter (OTC) Treatments
    Allegra (fexofenadine hydrochloride) has been shown in some research studies to reduce D and normalize stool consistency. There is some evidence that IBS sufferers may have too much histamine. Allegra is referred to as a 2nd and 3rd generation antihistamine. The usual side effects from...
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