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Endoscopy

Also called: Endoscope, Duodenoscopy

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Hi, Below is some links, these should help you with your problem. http://www.thecandidadiet.com/testingforcandida.htm http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0...
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Receiving a verbal report from the doctor of having an enlarged stomach, in and by itself, is of little help to the patient. You deserve an...
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Hi Has your doctor and the ER seen these coffee grounds? it could be blood, and did he also keep the flesh he threw up, even if its in the freezer...
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Sorry I don't know how to help youBut go to the ER
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Sometimes during an endoscopy, the insertion of the tube down the back of your throat can cause irritation and slight bleeding. That's normal...
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The exact cause of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) isn't known, but stress and anxiety are believed to be factors.It's important to note IBS...
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Tonya,Hi! I happened to be home recovering from surgery to similar episodes. Besides the endoscopy, I also was tested with a Barium Swallow ~ where...
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The endoscopy is unlikely to have a beneficial effect on thrush. Thrush is a yeast/fungal infection common in people (like the elderly) who are...
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Hi They say blood in your urine or stools you should go see your doctor, but not give up till you find out what's doing it, bottom line, could be...
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Hi, Found this for you.In Barrett's oesophagus the cells that line the lower oesophagus are abnormal. The main cause is long-standing reflux of...
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Hi Read this link its very informative about your problem.http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/ulcerative-colitis/Pages/introduction.aspxBut do think you...
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Should you be concerned? Yes, if you are not able to eat without vomiting. You should discuss this with the GI specialist and give your acid reflux...
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http://www.livestrong.com/article/366512-a-list-of-foods-that-you-can-eat-with-gastritis/
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I don't know how your doctors are treating you now (medications?), but if you feel you are not being managed aggressive enough, you can always...
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Sounds silly, but see if she can drink clear fluids like grape or cranberry juice. Just remember if it does get bad enough, don't hesitate to...
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