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Abdominal Pain Q & A
Abdominal Pain Most people get stomach aches from time to time, but abdominal pain can greatly impact your quality of life or signal a more serious condition.
Hemorrhoids Q & A
Hemorrhoids frequently go away on their own and cause only mild discomfort, but if hemorrhoids are a recurring problem, cause significant pain, or don’t go away, the best option is to seek treatment.
Celiac Disease Q & A
A gluten-free diet may be a choice for some people, but if you have celiac disease, it’s a necessary step to protecting your intestinal health and feeling your best day-to-day.
Colonoscopy Q & A
Regular colonoscopies are a crucial step to prevent the development of colorectal cancer and protect your digestive health.
Diarrhea Q & A
Diarrhea affects most people once in a while, but if your diarrhea won’t go away or always seems to return, you may have a chronic condition like irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease.
Constipation Q & A
Constipation is common and not always a serious medical concern, but it’s usually a sign that something about your diet or habits needs adjusting.
GERD / Heartburn
GERD / Heartburn Q & A
Heartburn affects many people occasionally after they eat certain foods or lie down after a meal, but regular heartburn could be a sign of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which can damage your esophagus over time.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Q & A
Life with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can be full of challenges, but through a combination of diet, lifestyle changes, and medication, you can take control of your condition.