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Trust Your Gut
Sometimes, a simple lab test can determine the cause of the problem, such as low thyroid function or high calcium levels. An acute change in your bowel habits should definitely be checked out. Evaluation is especially important if bleeding or pain accompany your constipation.
Gastrointestinal troubles do not make for great dinner table conversation, but that does not mean you
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Understanding common gastrointestinal conditions.
Periodic gas and bloating are mostly just embarrassing. If your symptoms are problematic, your doctor can recommend foods that do not cause gas. Bothersome gas and bloating might be signs of lactose or wheat intolerance.
should keep silent about them. These issues may signal something serious. Paulino Rivera-Torress, M.D, a gastroenterologist on the medical staff at Baylor Medical Center at Irving, explains what some common symptoms may mean and when to seek medical care.
With any symptoms, Dr. Rivera-Torress points out that it’s important to listen to your body and consider your age and any other health problems. If you suspect a problem, trust your instincts and talk to your doctor.
An occasional, temporary drop in the frequency of your bowel movements often will respond to increasing filer in your diet or taking an over-the-counter laxative. If your bowels do not become more regular talk to your doctor.
Loose stools lasting for several days like stem from an infection and will resolve on their own or with antibiotics. If you experience pain, bleeding or fever with diarrhea, see your doctor. Chronic diarrhea lasting more than a week warrants attention. It could signal irritable bowel syndrome, a chronic infection or something more serious such as inflammatory bowel disease.
Gas and bloating