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What causes gastrointestinal problems?

The causes of general GI problems such as constipation, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting vary widely. For instance they may be a result of disease such as:

  • malabsorption disorders
  • gastroenteritis (inflammation of the stomach and small intestine due to viral or bacterial infection from contaminated food, a bad reaction to something you ate or a side effect of a medication)
  • colitis (inflammation of the large intestine that may be triggered by certain foods or bacterial infections)
  • other inflammatory bowel diseases (such as Crohn's disease)
  • ulcers in the stomach or small intestine
  • cancer of the digestive system
  • non-GI disorders and diseases such as depression, Parkinson's disease, diabetes, underactive or overactive thyroid gland
  • previous bowel surgery

Alternatively, the problems may be linked to diet, stress, sedentary lifestyle, food intolerance or allergy, medications or simply a change in routine. For example, constipation can develop if you eat too little fibre or too many dairy products and do not drink enough fluids. Similarly, diarrhoea can ensue from intolerance to certain foods or too much fibre.

Doctors at the Pediatrics & Gastro Institute have also undergone further training in specialized high end therapeutic procedures like ERCP’s and EUS (See Endoscopy section). The Clinic is equipped with the latest High Definition GI Endoscopy system and monitors from Olympus.

Bareilly PGI offers management and solutions to a wide range of pediatric and adult gastrointestinal and liver problems.

  1. Functional constipation and encopresis
  2. Celiac disease
  3. Functional GI disorders
  4. Inflammatory bowel disease
  5. Eosinophilic esophagitis
  6. Helicobactor Pylori infections
  7. Gastroesophageal reflux and esophagitis
  8. Non alcoholic fatty liver disease
  9. Auto immune disease
  10. Pancreatitis
  11. Complications of parenteral nutrition
  12. Failure to thrive
  13. Vomiting and regurgitation
  14. Acute abdominal pain
  15. Diarrhea
  16. Colic and gas
  17. Malabsorption
  1. Gastrointestinal bleeding
  2. Abdominal mass
  3. Jaundice
  4. Chronic abdominal pain
  5. Liver failure
  6. Dysphagia
  7. Hepatomegaly
  8. Ascites
  9. Food allergy
  10. Neonatal cholestasis
  11. Viral hepatitis
  12. Drug induced liver injury
  13. Liver tumours
  14. Wilson’s disease
  15. Congenital and metabolic disorders
  16. Cirrhosis and portal hypertension
  17. Disorders of bile ducts and pancreas