Gallstones are solid particles created in the gallbladder, a small organ located under the liver responsible for storing bile. Bile is a digestive fluid produced in the lever and its …Read More »
What to eat after a colonoscopy?
A colonoscopy is one such process performed to look inside the colon or intestines of a person. This procedure is done to find out any blockages, polyps, or anal cancer. …Read More »
Crohn’s Disease – A painful Condition
Are you experiencing frequent bowels, diarrhea, fatigue, or blood in the stools? There could be possibilities that these are early signals of what might be a case of inflammatory bowel …Read More »
Dr. Rajiv Khanna – Stomach weakness lead to Hernia issues
Dr. Rajiv Khanna, Sr. Consultant Gastrointestinal, Minimal Access & Bariatric Surgery, Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute, New Delhi talks about Minimal Access Surgery/Pin Hole Surgeries. He elaborates about weakness in stomach …Read More »
Pancreatitis: Inflammation of the Pancreas
In the human body, the pancreas is located at the back of the stomach, right beside the small intestine. This organ plays an important role in digestion and is responsible …Read More »
Understanding Living with Crohn’s Disease
If one has recently been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, he might be struggling to understand how it will impact the daily routine and quality of life. Here is a quick …Read More »
What is Celiac Disease?
Celiac disease is caused by the baby’s intolerance to gluten. It is an autoimmune disorder also known as celiac sprue. Gluten is the name of a protein found in grains …Read More »
Pancreatic Cancer – Causes & Symptoms
Causes Pancreatic cancer has a genetic predisposition. It is disease caused due to damage to the DNA, and occurs as a result of inheritance a faulty set of genes. The …Read More »
Piles: Need a quick fix?
What is stapled haemorrhoidectomy? Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, are clumps of tissue in the anal canal (around the anus and lower rectum) that contains enlarged blood vessels and a surrounding …Read More »
Low FODMAP Diet – Here’s 2022 Guide
Do you experience any digestive stress almost every single day? Does this stress make you feel not only physically tired and exhausted too? If yes, then the reason behind this …Read More »
Is Chronic Diarrhoea Keeping You Away From Work?
Last night instead of sleeping in your bed, you frequently visited toilet. Even during the day you can neither do anything else at home nor step out. You are now …Read More »
What is endoscopy? Endoscopy is a medical procedure in which an instrument called endoscope is passed into a specific organ like the esophagus or intestine or urinary bladder to examine …Read More »
Steatorrhea – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
Human feces typically contain water, dead cells, fiber, mucus, salts, protein, fats, cell lining, and other waste that is unable to excrete out of your body. Steatorrhea is a medical …Read More »
5 Methods to Get Rid of Diarrhea
Watery stool, which is known as diarrhea, can not only be extremely embarrassing but also leads to several other physical problems. Diarrhea is indeed capable of improving without having to …Read More »
The Gut Health Guide: How To Identify Problems & Improve Your Digestion
When it comes to organ function, the gut is a powerhouse that has over 100 million neurons. With more cells than the spinal cord or peripheral nervous system, the gut …Read More »
Stomach Cancer: Treatment & Complications
What is Stomach Cancer? Also known as gastric cancer, gut cancer or stomach cancer is a disorder in which the stomach cells start multiplying at an uncontrolled rate, forming a …Read More »
Appendicitis: Can it happen to me?
What is appendicitis? Appendicitis refers to the painful swelling of the appendix, a small pouch-like tissue that extends from the large intestine. The condition causes pain that begins near the …Read More »
GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) Symptoms and Treatment
A disorder of the digestive system, the Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) generally affects the muscle that is in the shape of a ring, situated in between the esophagus and the …Read More »
Cholecystitis occurs when your gallbladder becomes inflamed. Gallbladder inflammation can be caused by: #1 Gallstones Most cholecystitis is the result of hard particles that develop in your gall bladder (gallstones) …Read More »
Dr. Sudeep Khanna elaborates on a new technique – Endoscopic Ultrasound
Dr. Sudeep Khanna, Sr. Consultant Gastroenterology, Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute, talks about a new technique- Endoscopic Ultrasound, which is required in cases like nodules in the chest, cancer of food …Read More »