Are you ready to take control of your IBS-C symptoms and be part of a groundbreaking study that could change the game for IBS treatment?
Welcome to Tummy MOT's latest study.
We’re shaping the future of IBS treatment.
The study is a pioneering clinical trial being carried out by our experts at The Functional Gut Clinic. We’re investigating a new investigational medicinal product, to help manage symptoms of constipation-predominant irritable bowel syndrome (IBS-C).
This study will help us to understand how the product affects IBS symptoms and the gut microbiome, potentially offering new hope to people experiencing IBS-related tummy troubles.
And we need you!
This is your opportunity to be part of cutting-edge research in IBS treatment, get access to a potential new treatment option, and get the full support of our gut experts.
By joining in with the study, you’ll be helping us advance the science and pave the way for improving the lives of people with IBS.
We’re looking for people who:
- Have IBS with constipation (IBS-C), with no other conditions that could explain your symptoms
- Live in the UK with easy access to our clinics in Manchester or London
- Are able to come to the clinic in-person
- Are happy to take our tests in-clinic and give samples as explained by our team
Aside from meeting the criteria for IBS-C, you’ll also need to meet the remaining inclusion and exclusion criteria to take part. This will be assessed by a member of the study team.
As a participant, we’ve designed the study so it’s as easy as possible for you to take part. You’ll be asked to:
- Come to the clinic in-person 6 times over a 9-week period from March in Manchester or London – all expenses paid
- Take the treatment (capsules) as directed, alongside doing some simple tests with our clinic team and giving some samples
You’ll be able to claim inconvenience payments of up to £100 per visit and be fully compensated for all travel. Get in touch with us for more details at email@example.com
Simply answer a few questions on our application form. Our team will be in touch to chat with you about the study in more detail.