Gastro-Intestinal Diseases

Duodenal Pain (Small Bowel) Location, Causes, Treatment

It is often difficult to isolate pain to a specific part of the digestive tract beyond the stomach. Pain in the esophagus is usually felt in the chest, Pain in the stomach is felt under the left ribcage and upper left part of the abdomen. But the coiling of the intestines, both small and large, makes it difficult to >> Read More ...

Pain Before Bowel Movement (Passing Stool) Causes

Having a bowel movement is not something that most of us give much thought to on the average day. But for some people it can be marked with pain and discomfort which makes an otherwise mundane body process an unpleasant event to fear. Pain before, during or after a bowel movement is not normal. When it does occur, it >> Read More ...

Upset Bowels (Diarrhea, Cramping, Gas, Pain) Causes

The odd upset of the bowels are not uncommon. We all suffer with a bowel upset at some point or the other in life. For most people it is short-lived and recovery is quick, often within a few days. For others, these upset bowels can last for years or even a lifetime. Understanding what is occurring in the bowels, and the >> Read More ...

Heartburn and Sleeping Problems – Reasons and Remedies

Heartburn is the main symptom of the most common upper gastrointestinal problem – acid reflux, or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) as it medically known. GERD affects between 25% to 40% of Americans and about 10% suffer with symptoms daily. While we all know the typical symptoms like heartburn and nausea, many >> Read More ...

Flatus After Eating and During Meals, Causes and Diseases

Flatus refers to gas passed out of the rectum, or as a ‘fart’ as it is commonly known. Although it is the source of much amusement in the media, passing flatus (flatulence) is normal for the healthy body. The problem arises when flatus is excessive and uncontrollable. We all consider it normal to pass out some >> Read More ...
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