Many patients have found lasting* relief of IBS-D symptoms with XIFAXAN.


XIFAXAN is a 2-week treatment proven to provide significant relief from abdominal pain and diarrhea in adult IBS-D patients

Relief lasted for up to 6 months for some patients

†You can be retreated up to two times if symptoms come back.

‡In a clinical trial: range of 6 to 24 weeks; average of 10 weeks.

$0 copay available for eligible commercially insured patients with coverage for Xifaxan.

SAVINGS§ and Support

XIFAXAN comes with support, like the Doctor Discussion Guide to help you talk with your doctor about IBS-D symptoms, and answers to your frequently asked questions about XIFAXAN. You can watch videos of people like you with IBS-D who are finding symptom relief with XIFAXAN. And eligible patients may get instant savings on their copay for XIFAXAN.

§For most eligible, commercially insured patients. Maximum benefits and other restrictions apply.

Visit or call 1-866-XIFAXAN for full eligibility criteria, terms and conditions.


Graphic showing how Xifaxan inhibits growth of certain bacteria in the digestive system;


XIFAXAN inhibits growth of certain bacteria in the digestive system.

An imbalance of gut bacteria may be linked to IBS-D symptoms. XIFAXAN is the only FDA-approved treatment for IBS-D that alters the bacteria in your gut.

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