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Digestion and ulcerative colitis

Ulcerative colitis is a type of inflammatory bowel disease. These diseases are characterized by inflammation in the colon and inside of the small intestine. Besides Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis is...

Sharp pain in left side of body

Left side of the body houses many organs and when any of these organs are somehow affected, it leads to the occurrence of pain in the place where the affected...

Digestion in the large intestine

Large intestine is the part of the digestive system. Functions of the large intestine include absorption of water, nutrients and salts and storing of fecal material until it gets...

End stage of cirrhosis

Cirrhosis of the liver is a progressive and chronic illness which eventually ends up with total liver failure. Normal liver cells are damaged by the process of inflammation and...

Digestion in the small intestine

Digestion is the mechanical and chemical breakdown of food into the smaller components. Digestion takes place in the gastrointestinal tract that includes all structures from the mouth to the...

Blood mucus in stool

Why does it happen? It is not rare thing to expel the feces of the different color, texture, odor and hardness. The changes of the stool, besides being dependent...

Intestinal cramps treatment

What are Intestinal Cramps? Intestinal cramps can be defined as abnormal and irregular movement of intestine which result in discomfort. Human intestine normally performs rhythmic contractions of the muscles and...

Facts on constipation and doctors

A Brief Introduction The rising trend of people assuming a healthier and more active lifestyle is in stark contrast with a few curious statistics concerning constipation. Namely, over four million...

Facts about constipation and depression

Constipation and depression It is observed that constipation and depression are somehow connected since in many cases whenever constipation occurs it is accompanied or followed by depression and vice...