Virtually everyone has experienced diarrhea at some point in their lives. Diarrhea can be classified into three main types, and each type has its own unique characteristics. Join Dr. Vincent Ho in this detailed 3D animation to learn about the different forms of diarrhea, and how they come about.Read More
But some people will experience constipation more often, and for longer periods. Chronic constipation is generally defined as a problem that has persisted for six months or more. It can mean you have hard or lumpy stools that you’re straining to pass, or are passing fewer than three stools per week – or both.Read More
So, you’re going on a date and you’re understandably a bit nervous. And then you feel it – a churning and cramping in your gut. Suddenly you’re running to the toilet and wondering why your body reacts this way. How does a case of nerves translate to an upset stomach? What is actually happening in your body?Read More
You may think of piles as those dreaded things your mum said you’d get if you kept sitting on cold concrete. But actually, every healthy person has piles, or haemorrhoids.Read More
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