All Digestive System Topics

Pee Smells Like Coffee Jan 09, 2016

Sometimes pee smells like coffee when you take caffeine products in large amounts. Medical conditions such as diabetes and UTIs and some foods can cause your pee to smell. View Full Article...

Change in Bowel Habits Jan 09, 2016

A change in bowel habits includes changes in stool color, odor, consistency and frequency. Medical conditions, changes in diet, and medications can all be the cause. View Full Article...

Constipation After Surgery Jan 09, 2016

Constipation after surgery may occur due to inactivity, anesthesia, painkillers, etc. but treatments such as proper diet and medication can provide relief within a few days. View Full Article...

What to Eat After Diarrhea and What to Avoid Jan 09, 2016

What to eat after diarrhea is essential in restoring your health conditions. Following some basics, 6 food options are good to go. Click for more details. View Full Article...

Why Am I Pooping a Lot? Jan 08, 2016

Why am I pooping a lot? Is there something wrong with me? How much is too much? Keep reading to learn if you are pooping a lot and things you can do to improve your condition. View Full Article...

What Causes Appendicitis? Jan 08, 2016

What causes appendicitis? While the exact cause is unclear, obstruction, infection, ulceration and diet can increase the risks. Click for possible causes and treatment methods! View Full Article...

What May Cause Burping and Chest Pain? Dec 30, 2015

Burping and chest pain may be caused by IBS, GERD, hiatal hernia, pancreatitis and heart attack. Some helpful tips for relief and other people's experiences are also available. View Full Article...

How to Make Yourself Burp Dec 30, 2015

Wondering how to make yourself burp to relieve bloating? You can follow the tips here to burp. You can also try other ways to induce burping and deal with a bloated stomach. View Full Article...

Feeling Full Without Eating Dec 29, 2015

Feeling full without eating can happen due to many causes, such as peptic ulcers, liver disease, IBS, etc. Know how they can be treated or avoided here. View Full Article...

Umbilical Hernia Surgery Dec 28, 2015

Umbilical hernia surgery pushes the bulge back and strengthens the weak abdominal wall, preventing obstruction and strangulation. Recovery takes about 2-4 weeks. View Full Article...

 
 
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