Global Irritable Bowel Syndrome (ibs) Market 2017 Trends Opportunities

Global Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Market 2017 Trends Opportunities

IBS Market – Sizing and Growth (Actual and Forecast, by No. of Patients) 3.1.2. U.S. laxative market growth projections (Actual and Forecast, by value) 3.2. Japan 3.2.1. IBS Market – Sizing and Growth (Actual and Forecast, by No. of Patients) 3.2.2. Prevalence Based on Subtype (Gender and Age) 3.3. European Union 3.3.1. IBS Market – Sizing and Growth (Actual and Forecast, by No. of Patients) 3.3.2. Country-wise Analysis (Based on Penetration rate) 4. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 5. Growth Drivers Figure 1: Global Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Therapeutics Market Size, By Value, 2006-11 (US$ Million) Figure 2: Global Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Therapeutics Market Size, By Value, 2012-17 (US$ Million) Figure 3: Worldwide Sales of Lotronex, 2010-12 (US$ Million) Figure 4: Worldwide Sales of Amitiza, 2010-12 (US$ Million) Figure 5: Total Bowel Disorder Prescription Pharmaceuticals Market: Market Segmentation, US, 2011 Figure 6: United States Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Therapeutics Market Size, By Adult Population, 2006-11 (Million) Figure 7: United States Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Therapeutics Market Size Forecast, By Adult Population, 2012-17 (Million) Figure 8: United States Laxative Market Size, 2006-11 (US$ Million) Figure 9: United States Laxative Market Size, 2012-17 (US$ Million) Figure 10: No. of IBS/CC Patients in Japan, 2006-11 (Million) Figure 11: No.
Global Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Market 2017 Trends Opportunities

Fibromyalgia and IBS: Treatments, Causes, and More

Fibromyalgia affects 5 million U.S. adults, and an estimated 25 million to 45 million people in the U.S. have IBS. If you have fibromyalgia or IBS, you may be more likely to have the other one, too. In one study, 32% of people with IBS also had fibromyalgia symptoms , compared with 4% of people without IBS. Another study showed fibromyalgia occurring in 20% of people with IBS. And studies have estimated 32% to 70% of people with fibromyalgia also meet criteria for IBS. Linked but Separate The root causes of fibromyalgia and IBS are not clear; both are functional disorders, which means there’s nothing visibly wrong with the structure of the organs but with how they work. But there is relationship between two, says Michael J. Pellegrino, MD, a fibromyalgia expert at Ohio Pain and Rehab Specialists in North Canton, Ohio, and an expert on WebMD’s Fibromyalgia Exchange. Pellegrino, who has fibromyalgia, says he also has intermittent IBS that he considers mild. Theres some connection because they come in clusters, but we dont know what it is right now, says Albena Halpert, MD, an assistant professor of gastroenterology at Boston University’s medical school. Pain Processing Researchers see a possible pain link between IBS and fibromyalgia. In short, people with those conditions respond to pain differently than people without the two conditions. IBS patients are hypersensitive to intestinal pain; people with fibromyalgia are hypersensitive to skin and muscle pain .
http://www.webmd.com/fibromyalgia/features/fibromyalgia-and-irritable_bowel-syndrome

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