Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder of the intestines that leads to crampy pain, gassiness, bloating and changes in bowel habits. Some people with IBS have constipation (difficult or infrequent bowel movements), others have diarrhea (frequent loose stools, often with an urgent need to move the bowels) and some people experience both. Approximately 35 million Americans are impacted by IBS.
Pharmacological Management of IBS
Sept. 14, 2014
educate your patients
Patient summaries of AGA evidence-based guidelines.
Toilet Talk is a campaign intended to reduce the stigma associated in talking about bowel health, and ultimately to empower patients to have proactive conversations with their doctor about their bowels. Learn more about Toilet Talk.
A survey sheds light on IBS in America. An AGA campaign encourages patients to speak up early, often and completely! Read about IBS in America.
Principles of GI for the NP & PA
Aug. 11, 2017
Digestive Disease Week® (DDW)
May 6, 2017
2017 AGA Postgraduate Course
May 6, 2017
Understanding Sex Differences May Improve Outcomes in IBS
April 17, 2017
AGA Participates in “Vital Signs of Bowel Health” Summit
April 13, 2017