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$150

Urgent Care

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Long wait time

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Aside from IBS telemedicine, SAMI-Aid offers other
value added services with a membership

  • Flexibility in Choice and Options

    Flexibility in Choice and Options

  • Pharmacy Database

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  • Medical Tourism Wizard

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How we can help

Discreet and convenient IBS treatment online

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is extremely common, yet many people would rather not disclose that they have it. This chronic gastrointestinal condition affects the large intestine, causing discomfort in the abdominal region and a variety of digestive issues.


Normally, the intestinal walls contract and relax in a manner that is comfortable for a person. Abnormally weak or intense contractions can lead to IBS. Irritable bowel syndrome can also be caused by abnormalities in the nervous system, a surplus of bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, extreme stress, or other changes in the gut microbiome.

The symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome vary in type and intensity. These symptoms typically persist for a long time until proper treatment is determined. The most common symptoms associated with IBS are cramping, bloating, or abdominal pain related to a bowel movement.


IBS can cause diarrhea, constipation, or excessive gas. Bowel movements related to IBS may also be abnormal in appearance. The symptoms of IBS can be painful, enduring, and embarrassing.

Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic disease with generally mild symptoms. However, those symptoms can be persistent and often need to be managed long-term. Untreated IBS symptoms may result in chronic diarrhea or constipation as well as hemorrhoids. Some patients with moderate or severe irritable bowel syndrome report a lower quality of life, depression, or anxiety, which can make the symptoms worse.

IBS telehealth allows you to be treated in the comfort, convenience, and privacy of your home. An online doctor visit for IBS will involve a confidential consultation with a qualified SAMI-Aid online IBS doctor. The physician will ask targeted questions relating to your IBS symptoms, family history, personal medical history, and more.


Your online doctor for IBS will develop a personalized IBS treatment plan based on the information acquired during your online visit. Treatment options for IBS may include fiber supplements, anti-diarrheal medication, antibiotics, dietary changes, or online counseling. SAMI-Aid doctors can prescribe medication for you to pick up at your local pharmacy.

Why Schedule an Online Doctor Visit for IBS?

Irritable bowel syndrome and the symptoms associated with it can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. An online doctor visit for IBS with one of our SAMI-Aid health care professionals means you can enjoy a discreet, fast, and convenient appointment in the comfort and privacy of your home. You will meet virtually with one of our online doctors who can discuss your illness and help you find relief as quickly as possible.


Telehealth treatment eliminates spending hours in a crowded waiting room, being exposed to other illnesses, and squeezing a long appointment into your busy schedule. Our wait times average around 15 minutes. We offer the most affordable pricing available for virtual consultations. Choosing to have an online doctor visit with SAMI-Aid can save you a substantial amount of time and hundreds of dollars.


Our SAMI-Aid telehealth services and health care professionals take the stress out of doctor visits. We’re an affordable and convenient option for receiving care quickly, so you can get started on the path to healing.


Register for a free account now to learn more about our SAMI-Aid telehealth services or contact a nurse, doctor, or behavioral therapist immediately.