Who is a Gastroenterologists?
A doctor who practices in diseases of the digestive system is known as a gastroenterologist.
They have comprehensive training in the analysis and practice of conditions that affect the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and biliary system (liver, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts).
Gastroenterologists have complete knowledge of how food moves through the digestive tract and the physical and chemical break down of food (digestion), including the intake of nutrients and the removal of waste products.
What does the gastroenterologist do?
They will help you, if you suffer from any of the following symptoms
1. You’re experiencing constipation
2. You experience diarrhea
3. Consistent heartburn
4. You suspect you have gallstones
5. To schedule a colonoscopy
6. Cancer screenings
7. You suspect you have an ulcer
8. Your diet is causing bloating
10. Blood in stool
What are the responsibilities of gastroenterologist?
Gastroenterologists specialize in the evaluation, examination, control, and practice of the following signs and conditions:
1. Abdominal pain and discomfort
2. Bleeding in the digestive tract
3. Cancer (colorectal cancer, stomach [gastric] cancer, pancreatic cancer, liver cancer)
4. Constipation and diarrhea
5. Gallbladder disease
6. Heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
8. Hiatal hernias
9. Pain in the digestive tract (gastritis)
10. Liver disease (hepatitis, jaundice)
11. Malabsorption disorders (celiac disease, lactose intolerance)
12. Upset Stomach
13. Nausea, vomiting
15. Unexplained weight loss
What are the symptoms for poor acid stomach problems?
- Stomach bloating
- 2. Nausea when taking supplements
- Upset Stomach
- Weak, cracked fingernails
- Dilated Capillaries in cheeks and nose
- Post-adolescent acne
- Iron deficiency
- Mineral Deficiencies
- Chronic Intestinal Infections
- Undigested Food in stool