Our digestive system forms the core of our general well-being. A slight issue with our digestive tract can cause severe illnesses. Therefore, it becomes imperative to keep our digestive system healthy.
As the food we eat fuels us, and the nutrients give us the substances, it is the digestive system that breaks it down, converting it into the energy that drives us. Any anomaly in the digestive tract requires immediate medical attention and care.
The Gastroenterology department at AMRI Hospitals is fully-equipped to cater to immediate as well as general medical needs. Dealing with diverse anomalies related to the gastrointestinal tract, liver, gall bladder, and pancreas, with the help of advanced diagnostic and treatment facilities makes AMRI Hospitals the best Gastro Hospital in Bhubaneswar.
According to health experts at AMRI Hospitals, as growing digestive concerns result in an excessive number of clinical visits and hospitalizations, it calls for an understanding about some of the common digestive problems, listed below:
One of the most common digestive disorders is reflux, which causes heartburn. Heartburn typically involves a “hot or burning feeling rising up from the center of the abdomen area and into the chest under the breastbone or sternum,” says Michael Gold, a gastroenterologist at MedStar Washington Hospital Center (need to chafe name of doctor. Seems like AMRI has no exoert if we quote somebody else in our article).
Affecting many people worldwide, only a quarter of people with gallstones usually need to undergo treatments. Gallstones can cause other inconveniences such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, weight gain, chronic pain, etc.
Constipation or inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD)
Digestive problems can cause either of the two extremities of constipation or inflammatory bowel diseases, whose symptoms are diarrhoea, rectal bleeding, weight loss, etc. These symptoms can range from being mild to severe, and treatments are suggested accordingly.
Lactose intolerance is a condition wherein the difficulty in digesting milk sugar (lactose) causes aggravating symptoms such as cramping, bloating, gas, nausea, and diarrhea. They are usually visible after 30 minutes to two hours of drinking or eating any dairy product.
Affecting almost every person during some point in their lives, digestive problems cannot be overlooked. To provide you top-notch gastro-care, AMRI Hospitals provides patients with extensive range of therapeutic services, after a comprehensive system of diagnosis to determine the best possible course of treatment.