Condtions

  • Abdominal Pain

    Abdominal pain is any pain or discomfort that occurs anywhere between your chest and groin. It is rarely caused by a serious medical problem, but can be a sign of a serious illness. Abdominal pain is a symptom of various conditions, such as indigestion, constipation, food poisoning, food allergies, gallstones, inflammation, appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, peptic ulcer, and cancer.

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  • Acidity and Reflux

    Gastric reflux, also called gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GORD), is a condition where the stomach’s contents (food or liquid) rise up from the stomach into the esophagus, a tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach. Food mixed with the stomach’s digestive acids can irritate and damage the esophagus.

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  • Cirrhosis

    Cirrhosis is a severe scarring of the liver and poor liver function due to excessive exposure to alcohol or due to a viral infection. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), people who regularly consume alcohol for more than 10 years can develop cirrhosis.

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  • Coeliac Disease

    Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease, in which the body’s immune system acts against gluten (proteins found in rye, barley, wheat, and grains) causing an inflammation of the small intestine, and damage or destruction of the villi.

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  • Constipation

    Constipation is a condition where stools or bowel movements are hard and difficult to expel from the body. This can result in fewer, strained bowel movements. It usually occurs because too much water is absorbed from the food/stool while in the colon.

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  • Crohn's Disease

    Crohn’s disease is chronic inflammation of the bowel or digestive tract. Inflammation may occur in any region of the digestive system and is different for every patient.

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  • Diarrhoea

    Diarrhoea is loose, watery, frequent bowel movements resulting in the elimination of water and salts from the body and can result in dehydration. Diarrhoea can be acute or chronic. Acute diarrhoea lasts for a few days, whereas, chronic diarrhoea lasts for many days and is usually associated with an intestinal disorder such as inflammatory bowel disease.

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  • Fatty Liver Disease

    Fatty liver disease is a condition caused by excess fat buildup in the liver cells. It is most common in middle-aged people. Fatty liver disease is also called hepatic steatosis.

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  • Food Intolerance

    Food intolerance is characterized by difficulty in digesting certain foods. Food contains proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates, fats and natural chemicals that add to its flavor and smell. Some of these can trigger symptoms of food intolerance.

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  • Gall Bladder Diseases

    The gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ located on the right side of the abdomen, just below the liver. It stores bile fluid which is produced in the liver.

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  • Hepatitis

    Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver tissue. The liver is situated in the upper right portion of your abdomen and performs some of the body’s vital functions including:

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  • Indigestion

    Dyspepsia, also called indigestion, is a condition that describes a feeling of discomfort in the upper part of your abdomen. It is not a disease but a group of symptoms. Dyspepsia is caused by eating too much or too fast, eating spicy, fatty or greasy food, drinking too much caffeine, alcohol or carbonated beverages, smoking and stress.

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  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a set of gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, discomfort, cramping and bloating occurring together due to the abnormal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract (usually the large intestine).

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  • Jaundice

    Jaundice is a common condition in newborn babies, characterized by the yellowing of the skin and white regions of the eyes. The condition occurs when bilirubin (yellow pigment produced by the breakdown of red blood cells in the liver) accumulates as the newborn’s still maturing liver is not capable of processing and removing it from the body fast enough.

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  • Obesity

    Obesity is the excess accumulation of total body fat. The condition occurs when the caloric intake exceeds energy usage. It is a chronic condition that is emerging at an alarming rate throughout the world, posing a high risk of developing many life-threatening diseases.

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  • Pancreatic Diseases

    The pancreas is a dual functioning gland of the digestive system made up of two types of cells: one produces digestive juices and the other releases hormones that help regulate blood sugar levels.

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  • Rectal Bleeding and Management

    Rectal bleeding refers to the passage of blood through the anus along with the stools. The rectum is the last part of the large intestine present just above the anus. Rectal bleeding is referred to as bright red to dark maroon colored blood passing along with stools through the anus.

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  • Ulcerative Colitis

    The large intestine, known as the colon, begins at the cecum and terminates at the anus. It includes the ascending, transverse, descending and sigmoid colon along with the rectum. Ulcerative Colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that affects the inner lining of your colon.

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