Gut Symptoms

Decoding Gut Symptoms

Unveiling the clues behind digestive discomfort and unbalanced gut health

  • Abdominal Pain

    Abdominal pain is any form of discomfort between the chest and the pelvis, and severe symptoms could be a sign of serious gastrointestinal trouble.

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  • Anal/Rectal Bleeding

    Rectal bleeding describes any blood that passes through your anus – it is assumed to be blood that is present in your lower colon or rectum.

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  • Bloating

    Bloating is a stomach issue that happens when you retain fluid, or when gas builds up in the digestive tract as a result of problems or overeating.

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  • Blood in the Stool

    Blood in the stool, whether dark or light, means that you have blood somewhere within your digestive tract that needs to be examined further.

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  • Bowel Incontinence

    Bowel incontinence happens when you are unable to control your bowel movements and can range from complete loss of control to irregular stool leaks.

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  • Constipation

    Constipation occurs when stool becomes too hard and dry. But constant and severe symptoms can mean something more serious.

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  • Diarrhoea

    Diarrhea, (loose, watery bowel movements) is a common gut symptom, but sometimes severe symptoms can mean something more serious is happening.

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  • Difficulty Swallowing

    Patients may experience difficulty swallowing food or liquid due to food allergies, muscle spasms, esophagitis, or other types of issues.

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  • Heartburn

    Heartburn is a burning sensation accompanied by pain and a bitter or acidic taste that happens after eating a meal when lying down or bending over.

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  • Indigestion

    Indigestion can impact how full you feel after consuming a meal, cause bloating in the upper abdomen, and cause overall discomfort.

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  • Nausea

    Nausea is the sensation that makes you feel like you have to vomit, and if persistent, can point to a symptom of an underlying condition or issue.

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  • Unexplained Weight Gain/Loss

    Unexplained weight loss or gain is when a notable drop or increase in weight happens when not trying, and can be a symptom of an underlying illness.

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  • Vomiting

    Vomiting is the body’s natural response to protecting you against threats like infection, ingested poisons, or harmful substances.

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