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Abdominal cramps

Abdominal cramps: Possible causes and treatment

Abdominal cramps are characterised by a sudden, uncontrollable, tight feeling in the stomach muscles that may be uncomfortable and painful. A majority of the time, abdominal cramps aren’t serious and don’t need to be diagnosed. If, however, they occur frequently, are severe or last for more than a day, it could be a symptom of […]

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Bloated stomach

Bloated stomach: Causes and treatment options

Bloated stomach, a phenomenon more commonly known as bloating, occurs when your gastrointestinal (GI) tract is filled with air or gas. While this is a very common phenomenon, a bloated stomach may cause you pain and discomfort and interfere with your ability to go about your daily activities with ease. A bloated stomach is often […]

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digestive health

Recommendations for Better Digestive Health

For gastroenterologists, their core and most important goal is to protect and maintain the digestive health of their patients. Given the severity, increased prevalence, and complexity of the digestive issues, Australians are reporting, this aspect of healthcare has become the most important it has been. Many individuals have questions about what they can do to […]

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Causes of Anaemia: Understanding iron deficiency

Anaemia refers to the condition where the blood lacks sufficient quantities of red blood cells. These cells are responsible for transporting oxygen around the body. Iron is required to produce haemoglobin – the specific part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen. This is also what makes the blood red in colour. Without adequate […]

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If abdominal pain is persistent, patients need to report it immediately - learn about the many related-diseases here.

What Persistent Abdominal Pain Could Mean

Abdominal pain is a common gastroenterological condition millions of individuals experience; some on a day-to-day basis. Pain that lasts for a short duration doesn’t generally pose any long-term health issues. Persistent abdominal pain has the potential to and could be symptomatic due to a number of digestive health conditions. In the event that persistent abdominal […]

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