• The Importance of Colon Cancer Screenings: Why Early Detection Saves Lives
    Colon cancer is a prevalent but often preventable disease that can affect millions of people worldwide. While the thought of undergoing screenings may seem daunting, understanding their significance is crucial Read more
  • Hemorrhoid Relief
    Dr. Anubha Sinha and the caring staff of Hunterdon Digestive Health Specialists help patients dealing with hemorrhoids in Flemington and Hillsborough, NJ, to relieve their symptoms and prevent more hemorrhoids. Read more
  • Hemorrhoids FAQs
    Hemorrhoids are not only an inconvenience, they can be uncomfortable as well. If you are suffering from hemorrhoids in Flemington and Hillsborough, NJ, you can get the help you need Read more
  • Common Gastrointestinal Conditions
    Gastroenterology refers to a type of medical specialty focusing specifically on the diagnosis & treatment of disorders/issues associated with the digestive or gastrointestinal (GI) system. A gastroenterologist, like Dr. Anubha Read more
  • What Is an Upper Endoscopy?
    By guiding through the mouth a very small camera attached to a thin and flexible tube, an endoscope, your doctor can closely examine your upper digestive system. The procedure is Read more
  • Banding and other alternative treatments for Hemorrhoids
    When you still have pain, itch, burning or other symptoms associated with your hemorrhoids after a trial of medical management, dietary and lifestyle modifications, minimally invasive procedures may be an Read more
  • How are Hemorrhoids treated?
    Typically, a conservative approach will be tried first with lifestyle and dietary modifications, and medical management. Treatment options may include: Sitz baths to relieve itching, irritation, and spasms of the anal sphincter Read more
  • What are Hemorrhoids?
    Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the anus and lower rectum that become engorged due to increased pressure, similar to what occurs in varicose veins in the legs.  Anatomy The rectum is Read more
  • Is colonoscopy painful?
    In order to ensure you are both comfortable and safe during the procedure we use MAC anesthesia administered by board certified anesthesiologist. Additionally, we use carbon dioxide (or CO2) instead Read more
  • Will sedation be used for my colonoscopy?
    For your safety and comfort, we use MAC sedation, where board certified anesthesiologists monitor you before, during, and after your procedure. MAC sedation provides safe and effective conscious sedation, anxiety Read more
    Today, there are many options available for bowel preps to be taken in advance of colonoscopy to clean out the colon. Keep in mind: the prep is designed to clean out Read more
    A colonoscopy is an outpatient procedure performed under mild anesthesia where an endoscope, or thin, flexible, tube with a camera and light attached to the end of it, is passed Read more
  • What is interval colorectal cancer?
    Interval colorectal cancer is defined as colorectal cancer diagnosed within 60 months of a negative colonoscopy.  The incidence of interval colorectal cancers varies, but depending on the study cited, can be Read more
  • What is “Young-Onset” Colorectal Cancer?
    Young-onset colorectal cancer is colorectal cancer diagnosed before the age of 50.  According to the National Cancer Institute, the incidence of young-onset colorectal cancer has risen by 51% since 1994.  People born Read more
  • What are the symptoms of colorectal cancer?
    It’s important to now, patients may be asymptomatic. You may have NO symptoms whatsoever, especially early on. Symptoms may include: Blood in the stool A change in bowel habits from what was previously Read more
  • What does it mean to be “screened” for colorectal cancer? What is a screening colonoscopy? How is this different from a diagnostic colonoscopy or surveillance colonoscopy? All this terminology is confusing!
    Being screened for colorectal cancer is the best way to reduce your risk for late-stage disease, and optimize your outcomes should a cancer be detected. Screening means looking for a disease Read more

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