Digestive Diseases Clinic


The digestive system comprises a complex network of organs, including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, anus, liver, gallbladder, bile duct, and pancreas. Digestive disorders are common and can affect individuals of all ages, particularly those of working age leading fast- paced and stressful lives, lacking regular exercise, or consuming unhealthy foods. Digestive disorders are difficult to diagnose due to their similar symptoms. Misdiagnosis may result in delayed or improper treatment, which may have serious negative consequences for the patient.
At the Digestive Disease Center, experienced specialists use advanced medical technology for precise diagnoses of digestive diseases, including specialized tests like gastroscopy and esophageal manometry.

Common and easy-to-observe symptoms indicating a digestive disorder include:

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Abdominal pain, bloating,
excessive burping

Nausea and vomiting

Diarrhea, constipation

These symptoms may sometimes clear on their own. However, without proper diagnoses, treatment and lifestyle changes to mitigate risks, these symptoms can manifest and potentially become more severe or even chronic.

It is important to keep your digestive system healthy. A healthy digestive system helps the body digest food properly and effectively, breaking it down into nutrients that the body uses for energy and cell repair. The digestive system also plays a part in waste removal from the body. A good bacterial balance in the digestive tract supports immune function and prevents inflammation. In addition, with the gut-brain connection, good bacteria in the digestive tract helps produce chemicals beneficial to the brain, such as melatonin, which is a sleep-inducing hormone and enhances the body's immune system.

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Receive regular gastroscopies if you are over 45 

Consume nutritious high-fiber foods and drink enough water

Avoid consuming too much sugar and sweeteners

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Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol

Exercise regularly


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