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Digestive Disorders Affect People Throughout Life, Some Can Be Cured, Others Only Managed.
There are a various number of digestive disorders such as Gallstones, Celiac Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Hemorrhoids and Diverticulitis.
Severe heartburn or a condition known as GERD, which is an abbreviation for Gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a common digestive disorder, it causes severe discomfort by affecting the lower part of the oesophagus, namely the lower oesophagal sphincter or LES, which is the muscular ring found between the stomach and the oesophagus. This particular affliction affects many people, although it is more common in adults, it is especially common to find it affecting a pregnant woman, who can suffer heavily from acid indigestion, reflux and heartburn that is caused by GERD
Inflammatory bowel disease, also known as IBD, is, in fact, an umbrella term that is used to describe digestive disorders that are involved with any chronic inflammation which affects the digestive tract. There are various types of conditions that fall under the IBD umbrella, but one of the most common of them all is ulcerative colitis, which is a condition that causes long-lasting inflammation and sores and ulcers in the innermost lining of the large intestine (your colon) and your rectum.
Another of the common conditions that fall under the IBD umbrella is Crohn’s disease, which is one of the more commons types of inflammatory bowel disease. Crohn’s disease is known to be able to cause inflammation in any part of the digestional tract. However, it mostly affects the tail end of the small intestine, compared to ulcerative colitis, which is generally known to affect your large intestine.
Not to be confused with IBD, is the condition known as IBS, an abbreviation for Irritable bowel syndrome, IBS is a common disorder that mainly affects the large intestine. There are various signs and symptoms attached to IBS, some of which include; diarrhoea or constipation, or both, abdominal cramps, gas, bloating, abdominal pain and cramping. Irritable bowel syndrome is what is considered a chronic condition, and one that will require long-term management.