Treatment for IBD is a little different for everyone. Explore common ways to relieve your symptoms, including medications, lifestyle changes, and surgery.
When you have new symptoms, you may wonder when to see a gastroenterologist. Find out if you need a gastroenterologist for your stomach symptoms.
Inflammatory bowel disease is treated medically by a gastroenterologist but surgically by a colorectal surgeon.
Gastroenterologists are internal medicine doctors who specialize in digestive and liver disorders. Learn about how they may play a role in your care.
Do you tell your gastroenterologist everything? Here are the signs and symptoms of IBD that you should bring to your doctor's attention.
Is a hepatologist better at treating hepatitis than a gastroenterologist? Learn what makes each unique and which is best for you as an individual.
Find out when you should call your gastroenterologist and when you should call 911 when your IBD symptoms are too bad to handle alone.
Most people start treatment for celiac disease or gluten sensitivity with their primary care doctor but many specialists also can get involved.
Many women with IBD are not affected by infertility, but there are complications that could lower fertility, making it more difficult to get pregnant.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) includes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Reviewed by a board-certified gastroenterologist.
A gastroenterologist uses a fecal calprotectin test to see if Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis is flaring up without having to do a colonoscopy.