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Gut Conditions

Gut Conditions

  • Bloating after meals or even without food?
  • Unknown foods triggering bowel movements?
  • Pain and cramping in the gut?
  • Feel like more and more foods are becoming an issue?
  • Brain fog after eating?
  • Seen many Doctors but unable to get a diagnosis?
  • Unresponsive to treatment based on current diagnosis?

I can help

Health issues can be complex, especially ones that have developed slowly.  They can creep up ever so gradually and before you know it, it’s impacting your daily life. Whether it’s annoying bloating after meals or something with a more unpredictable and urgent onset it can leave you worried about going out for meals with friends or concerned about straying too far from home.  In these situations, as in most gut conditions, it’s frustrating, often painful and impacts your day to day life.

Man and woman with gastrointestinal conditions such as crohn's disease or irritable bowel syndrome

Common Gut Conditions

You may have already been through a long list of tests with cameras and scopes carried out through a gastroenterologist only to be told everything is clear. In many cases this initially rules out the more worrying potential diagnoses such as colon cancer but if your symptoms are still present and you’re no closer to a resolution and you may be non-the-wiser about the underlying issue.  In other cases, perhaps you have a clear diagnosis of one the conditions listed below, been placed on medication and given general dietary advice but you still don’t feel a great deal of improvement and in some cases no improvement at all.

Common gut conditions include;

Villi in the small intestine which can be impacted by coeliac disease or IBS

Root Causes of Gut Issues

Diagnosis, medication and basic dietary advice can suppress gut condition symptoms to an extent but it’s common that the underlying cause of the condition remains unidentified and that symptoms can regularly flare up.  My aim is to dig down and understand what is causing the symptoms you’re experiencing and address the root cause.

Root causes can include:

  • Medication
  • Stress
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Infection
  • Food intolerances
  • Imbalances in gut bacteria
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Digestive insufficiencies
  • Low-grade inflammation
Woman with stomach pain sitting next to the toilet

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