Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder
Acid rises into the esophagus and throat. Usually, this occurs from the band of muscles that relax to let food pass into the stomach after swallowing.
A condition that occurs when the esophagus lining becomes similar to that of the small intestine, rather than the esophagus. A common spot for this is where the esophagus connects to the stomach.
Pre & Post Bariatric Surgery Evaluation and Treatment
Weight loss surgery that helps to alter the digestive system.
A condition in which areas of the intestines suffer chronic inflammation, swelling, and narrowing, usually in the small or large intestine.
An inflammatory or irritating condition of the colon and rectum that usually only involves small areas.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
A functional problem that usually affects the intestines and generally means that the intestines are not working correctly.
If you have diverticula, which are small, weak pouches that form along the lining of the intestines, you will experience this if the pockets get inflamed or become infected, which can cause severe pain.
If you have diverticula, which are small and weak pouches that form along the lining of the intestines, you will experience this if the pressure makes them bulge. It can be on both the right and left sides of your abdomen.
A liver disease that is caused by a virus that is directly contracted by infected blood.
A liver disease that is caused by a virus and is directly contracted by infected blood or even body fluids, which is often spread by sexual contact.
An enlargement of the veins and tissues of the lower rectum and anus. Many people develop hemorrhoids due to a narrow opening at the end of the rectum that accepts bowel movements from your body.