Abdominal pain can present as any manner of discomfort between the pelvis and the chest and severe or chronic pain should be evaluated by an expert.
Anal or rectal bleeding is any blood emerging from the anus, which could be bleeding in the colon or anus and should be checked out by a GI doctor.
Bloating is the tight and full sensation in the abdomen that is caused by a buildup of gas or excess fluid retention in the gastrointestinal tract.
Blood in the Stool
Blood in the stool suggests there is bleeding somewhere in your digestive tract and our experts advise you to seek diagnostic help as soon as possible
If you frequently experience little or total loss of control over your bowel movements, schedule an appointment with us today to reclaim your life.
Many adults will be plagued by constipation throughout their life — find out more today about this issue and what treatments will be best for you.
You may wish to consult one of our specialists if you are experiencing significant amounts of loose, runny, or uncontrollable stools with no relief.
If you struggle with swallowing, or if some foods are harder to eat than others, you may wish to pursue therapy to take control of what you eat.
Heartburn is a common condition triggered by foods and lying down. With heartburn, you feel a burning pain in your chest behind your breastbone.
Indigestion is pain and discomfort in your upper abdomen, generally caused by foods and drinks. Common symptoms are bloating and burning sensations.
For persistent nausea in Denver, CO, our team of GI specialists can develop a custom treatment plan to help you get real relief and feel better.
Unexplained Weight Gain/Loss
Unexplained weight loss or weight gain in a patient is often a sign of a more serious illness or condition and should be examined by a GI physician.
For persistent vomiting affecting your health and quality of life, get relief with personalized treatment at Colorado Gastroenterology in Denver, CO.
Yellowing of the Skin/Eyes
The yellowing of the skin and/or whites of the eyes may indicate a serious condition that requires prompt treatment or consultation by a GI physician.