All Digestive Disorders Topics

What Is the Life Expectancy of Liver Cirrhosis?

If you are curious with the life expectancy of liver cirrhosis, maybe there is no definite answer. It depends on many factors; check them here.

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Diarrhea Among Elderly: Causes and Treatment Options

Diarrhea among elderly can lead to serious complications. It can be managed through hydration, probiotics, BRAT diet, OTC medications or medical treatment.

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Why Do You Nausea Sick Following Meals?

Having nausea after eating? It indicates your intestines or digestive system is suffering. Why does this happen? And how can you get some relief?

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What Causes Dark Green Stool? How to Deal with It?

Dark green stool is often not worrisome, caused by diet or digestive conditions. If the color lasts for long time, you need to seek medical attention.

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Upset or Stressed Stomach: Causes & Managements

A stressed stomach is a commonly reported condition, but it is not a true medical diagnosis. It is usually triggered by stress and anxiety. Learn how to manage it.

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Why Does It Hurt Above My Left Hip?

When your left hip hurts it's usually pain experienced in the left side of abdomen/stomach. Learn the possible causes to seek treatment rightly.

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How to Deal with Pain and Discomfort After Colonoscopy

Slight pain after having a colonoscopy is common and usually resolves after some time, but you should talk to your doctor if your pain persists or become worse with time.

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Chart of Poop Color: Meanings and Associated Signs

Poop color can indicate one’s health state by giving some clues about his diet and lifestyle or the presence of gastrointestinal infection. Know when to seek help.

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Intestinal Infection: Cause, Symptom, and Treatment

Intestinal infections can be mild or serious. Various treatments can help. If symptoms persist for several days, it is important to seek medical assistance.

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Diarrhea Following Eating: Symptom, Cause and Treatment

Diarrhea following eating is distressing; it can be acute or chronic, but don't be upset. Here are some steps to take to ease symptoms and cure it.

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