• Constipation
    How do I know if I’m constipated? Constipation means that stools don’t pass often, or pass less than three times per week.  You may have hard stools that are difficult to pass, Read more
  • How is IBS treated?
    IBS is not life threatening. It can, however, significantly affect a person’s quality of life. There is no cure, so the goal of treatment is to reduce symptoms as much Read more
  • What is ROME CRITERIA?
    When other diseases of the GI tract have been ruled out, clinicians will rely on Rome criteria to help us diagnosis functional disorders like IBS.  For IBS, Rome Criteria require that Read more
  • What exactly is IBS?
    IBS is a functional GI disorder meaning there are no signs of the disease that can be objectively seen or measured, and routine medical tests used to diagnose GI disorders Read more
  • Avoiding acute diarrhea
    Get vaccinated. Rotavirus is the most common cause of viral diarrhea in children. Have your children vaccinated.  If you drink well water, get your water tested with a reputable lab at least Read more
  • Gas and Bloating: Always feeling gassy and bloated?
    Some gas is normal. It’s a part of digestion. The average adult passes gas 13 and 20 times a day. Gas enters the digestive tract when you swallow air while eating, and as a Read more
    Food Safety Tips to dodge diarrhea *Don’t drink raw or unpasteurized milk, or foods containing unpasteurized milk. *Don’t eat unpasteurized cheeses *Wash raw fruits and vegetables before eating them. *Keep your refrigerator and freezer Read more
  • Ugh, Diarrhea
    Diarrhea can be acute or chronic.  Most everyone will experience diarrhea at some point in their life, with the average adult experiencing it four times per year. Diarrhea is defined as Read more
  • Trying to identify food triggers for gas and bloat?
    Some common food triggers for gas and bloat include: High fiber foods like dried beans, peas, lentils, certain fruits and vegetables, especially those in the cabbage family Whole grains Artificial sweeteners or sugar Read more
  • Lifestyle and Dietary modifications to minimize gas and bloating
    Lose weight if you are overweight  Avoid overeating  Avoid swallowing excess air while eating and drinking Eat slowly and mindfully  Don’t use a straw Don’t talk excessively while eating Avoid chewing gum and mints Avoid carbonated beverages Stop Read more
  • Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth? SIBO? What’s that?
    SIBO (or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) is a condition that increases or changes the bacterial content in your small intestine.  Symptoms may include: gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation, and sometimes even Read more
  • Colon Cancer Screenings: How Often Do I Need Them?
    Cancer is the division of abnormal cells. When this type of growth occurs in the colon or rectum, it is called colorectal cancer (CRC). Early CRC often has no symptoms, Read more
  • Hemorrhoid Treatments
    According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, approximately 20% of adults have experienced hemorrhoid problems at some point in their lives. The risk increases as Read more
  • FAQs About a Colonoscopy
    Colorectal cancer develops in the colon (large intestine) or rectum and often begins as a polyp (noncancerous growth). If left untreated, a polyp can become detrimental. Risk factors for colorectal Read more
  • Questions for Your Gastroenterologist
    Chronic or persistent abdominal pain, constipation, heartburn, and other symptoms could be signs of a digestive disorder. Gastroenterologist evaluate symptoms and perform diagnostic tests and screenings to diagnose the specific Read more
  • FAQs About Hemorrhoids
    Hemorrhoids are something most people are embarrassed to talk about, but they are quite a common affliction. If you have symptoms that seem to indicate that you have hemorrhoids in Read more

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