Symptoms, Conditions & Procedures

GI Symptoms

Abdominal Pain

There are many factors that can cause abdominal pain, but severe cases could indicate a more serious problem with your gastrointestinal health.

Anal/Rectal Bleeding

Bloody stool can be a sign of one of a number of GI issues, including colon cancer and more, which is why it's important to seek out help right away.


Bloating is a feeling of discomfort caused by excess gas or fluids in the digestive tract, usually due to dietary habits or gastrointestinal problems.

Blood in the Stool

Blood in the stool may show up as light or dark, but either way, it indicates bleeding in the digestive tract that should be examined by a specialist.


Constipation is three or fewer bowel movements a week, and may indicate a need for dietary changes or could be a symptom of a gastrointestinal issue.


Diarrhea is loose, watery stool that happens three or more times a day and can be indicative of a larger gastrointestinal issue if persistent.

Difficulty Swallowing

Difficulty swallowing is when moving foods or liquids from the mouth and throat, through the esophagus, and into the stomach becomes too difficult.


If you find yourself with a burning sensation after eating or difficulty swallowing, you may wish to pursue answers about heartburn treatment.


If you experience discomfort, bloating, loss of appetite, or feeling too full after normal amounts of food, look into scheduling an appointment today.


If your feelings of nausea, or unrested/unsettled stomach, persist despite time, dietary change, and over-the-counter treatment, pursue treatment.

Unexplained Weight Gain/Loss

Unintentional or inexplicable weight gain or loss, that happens without intention or change in other routines, should be given attention immediately.


Persistent vomiting may be your body's way of telling you a deeper issue is going on. Schedule your gastroenterology appointment if vomiting persists.

Yellowing of the Skin/Eyes

People complain about the appearance of yellowing skin and eye whites, but there may be underlying causes that are important to catch early as well.