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Biliary Colic Prevention and Treatment

Preventive measures are addressed to patients with gallstones, those who have had this issue or who show biliary dyspeptic manifestation. The goal is to improve biliary dyskinesia, address the causes (biliary stasis, biliary infections, obesity, constipation, use of oral contraceptives) that favour lithogenesis (formation of gallstones) and the neuro-vegetative factors (stress, emotions, and conflicting states). […]


June 21, 2016, Digestive system
Remedies for Anal Itching and Anal Fissure

Symptoms of anal fissure are: pain, bleeding and anal itching. These symptoms resemble those of hemorrhoids. Anal fissure appears as an ulcer of the skin as you can see in the picture. Ulcers occur where the skin is doing a junction with mucosa. An anal fissure will heal in a few weeks. Pain can be […]


February 6, 2015, Digestive system
Ulcer Pain remedies

The most common cause of ulcer is the invasion of the duodenum and gastric mucosa with a spiral bacteria called Helicobacter pylori. This bacterium decreases the power of mucosal defense against gastric acid. Similar problems occur after consumption of aspirin and ibuprofen. Ulcer can be completely asymptomatic, but usually people with ulcer experience abdominal pain. […]


February 5, 2015, Digestive system
Treatment of Peptic Ulcer

In peptic ulcer treatment consists of a diet, medication, endoscopy treatment and even surgery. 1. The diet in peptic ulcer was strictly in the past, but now is more lax because of antisecretory products. There is evidence that smoking decreases the healing time of a peptic ulcer. However, avoid eating foods very spicy (acidic, spicy). […]


February 4, 2015, Digestive system
Eructation – Causes and Natural Treatment

Eructation (belching) occurs after swallowing. In our digestive tract we have about 250 ml of gas. In addition to this volume of gas, add the amount of air you swallow and gas that is produced in our body. Finally, the total volume reaches more than 2 liters per 24 hours. Volume of more than 2 […]


October 20, 2013, Digestive system
Mouth Ulcers – Remedies

Causes of mouth ulcers are not known exactly, but in the etiology it’s involved: genetic inheritance, some food, aggressive teeth brushing, dental work done badly, stress. Aphthous ulcers may occur because of a virus, such as: herpes simplex. A mouth ulcer is treated with difficulty, buccal mucosa is very populated with bacteria and also there are no […]


July 8, 2013, Digestive system
Trichinosis – Causes and Symptoms

Trichinosis is a disease caused by infection with the nematode parasite Trichinella spiralis. This parasite completes its life cycle in the same host. Trichinella lives in human small intestine and stores the larvae in the muscles. Man can contaminate with this parasite by eating the meat (especially pork), raw or inadequately cooked, or sausages which may […]


March 24, 2013, Digestive system
Scleroderma – causes, symptoms, complications

The disease called scleroderma is a chronic disease of the connective tissue characterized by obliteration of small arteries and capillaries, with fibrosis and degenerative lesions of skin and some organs. Scleroderma is a rare disease (<1 ‰) whose incidence increases with age (max: 20-40 years) and is more common in women. As causes and risk factors […]


Vomiting – causes and diseases according to vomiting character

Depending on the characteristics of vomiting, taste, smell, appearance and accompanying symptoms, we can guess the reasons that cause vomiting and so we can treat them. For example the phenomenon of diarrhea and vomiting occurs in infectious diarrhea or in poisoning (food poisoning, mushroom poisoning) and are accompanied by abdominal pain. The most common symptoms accompanied by vomiting […]


December 12, 2011, Digestive system
Acute and chronic diarrhea – causes of diarrhea

If your stool is normal and suddenly is replaced by diarrhea then you can think of an infectious diarrhea (may be a diarrhea with blood or pus), food intoxication, travelers diarrhea if you are on a journey. If diarrhea has a sour smell then is fermentation diarrhea (possibly due to food). If diarrhea is yellow it’s called steatorrhea (occurs […]


December 11, 2011, Digestive system