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2011 Falls Valley Dr.
Suite 106
Raleigh NC 27615

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Archive for the ‘IBS’ Category

IBS and Stress

For all our IBS patients out there, this month is your month: IBS Awareness Month. We know the frustration and pain that can come with this diagnosis, the social isolation, the constant concern about finding the nearest bathroom. Many of you see a connection between stress and flares of your IBS symptoms. Here are some…

IBD and the Flu: A Complication-Prone Combination

The leaves are turning beautiful colors and there’s a nip in the air. Autumn has arrived! Along with the anticipation of fall holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving, this season brings a higher incidence of upper respiratory infections, such as common colds and influenza. For patients with inflammatory bowel disease, influenza can be a bigger problem…

Yoga May Help Irritable Bowel Syndrome Symptoms

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) patients suffer tremendously with their symptoms, which can include diarrhea, constipation, bloating, abdominal pain, burping, and acid reflux-like symptoms, among others. While there are medications available to treat those symptoms, it can be a long and frustrating process to find the right ones for each patient. Right now, we aren’t sure…

How to Live with Celiac Disease

What is celiac disease? Celiac disease is a severe autoimmune disorder where ingesting gluten damages the small intestines. One in every one hundred people worldwide suffers from celiac disease. When a person who suffers from celiac disease eat gluten, their bodies start an immune response which attacks the small intestines. The small intestines have villi…

What is Crohn’s Disease?

Crohn’s disease is a specific chronic inflammation of the bowel. Unlike other bowel inflammation diseases, Crohn’s disease can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract – all the way from the mouth to the anus. Mostly, it is the inflammation of the small intestines, especially where the small intestines meet with the colon. There are…

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