Digestive Symptoms Overview
Digestive symptoms is a broad category including many problems with the digestive tract. This includes stomach symptoms, intestinal symptoms, and rectal symptoms. Obvious symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, indigestion, and so on.
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- Rectal Disorders: Rectal disorders are disorders of the internal rectal region which is near the anus. There is much overlap with the
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- Reflux: Reflux is the regurgitation of stomach contents into the mouth (acid reflux), usually along with a particular type of epigastric
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- Gastric Motility Disorders: Gastric Motility Disorders are diseases where the stomach and intestines have slower motion (motility) of digested food. The result is
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- Esophagus Disorders: Esophagus disorders are disorders affecting the esophagus, which is the tube from the back of the throat down into the
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- Anal Disorders: Anal disorders are disorders of the anus, which is the external opening out from the rectum. There is much overlap
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