Lower abdominal pain is experienced by both sexes, but the causes can vary. The abdominal pain in men may be due to chronic diseases, urinary tract infections, or even digestive tract conditions. Research estimates that the majority of men… Read More
Poop is supposed to be brown, right? Well, sometimes, the color of your poop can change, and for a number of different reasons, too. Some causes of color changes are harmless, such as consuming a food or beverages with a certain… Read More
Pain in the lower left abdomen can be caused by a variety of triggers, but narrowing down on the exact underlying cause can help you get the relief. Common causes of lower left abdomen pain often stem from a digestive… Read More
Recent studies suggest that one can get relief for the pain of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) from the most unexpected quarters — spider venom and, hold your breath, peppermint. The full details of the research are published in the journal… Read More
Rhabdomyolysis, a condition that destroys skeletal muscle, could cause kidney damage, muscle injury, muscle weakness, and abdominal pain.
Pronounced rab-doe-my-o-lie-sis, this skeletal muscle problem can result in leakage of the muscle protein myoglobin into the urine.
Our bodies consist of… Read More
Appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix and can lead to severe abdominal pain. The appendix is a tube of tissue that extends from the large intestine.
Although many do not know what the function of the appendix is, we… Read More
If you haven’t heard of gastritis, it is when inflammation occurs within the lining of the stomach. Common gastritis symptoms may include upper abdominal pain, nausea and indigestion. When acute or mild, gastritis is treatable and will go away. But… Read More
We all experience digestive discomfort at some point in our lives. Maybe we ate too much, or consumed something that didn’t sit right; regardless of cause, we’ve all had bloating, gas, abdominal pain and constipation.
Generally, we can pinpoint the… Read More
If you suffer from constipation, you probably don’t visit the washroom very often. If you don’t have constipation, or diarrhea for that matter, but visit the bathroom numerous times a day, it that normal?
When it comes to bowel movements… Read More
Cramping, gurgling sounds and pain – our stomach can really put us through the ringer when it’s not feeling its best. Stomach troubles can ruin your day, keep you locked up indoors and make you want to curl up into… Read More