Symptoms, Conditions & Procedures

GI Symptoms

Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain is often generalized as pain in your stomach; this could be a sign of a number of conditions and should be assessed by a GI provider.

Anal/Rectal Bleeding

Anal bleeding could be an indication of a more serious GI condition; request a consultation with a GI specialist to have your condition assessed.


Bloating is caused by a buildup of gas in your digestive tract; understanding the cause of bloating will help you find relief from your symptoms.

Blood in the Stool

Blood in your stool indicates there is bleeding somewhere in your GI tract; it is important to see a GI specialist to identify the cause.

Bowel Incontinence

Bowel incontinence occurs when you are unable to control your bowel movements; our GI providers can help you manage this to improve your lifestyle.


Constipation is a GI symptom that occurs when you have three or fewer stools a week, usually caused by your stool being too hard to pass.


Diarrhea is described as frequent, watery or loose bowel movements; it is a common GI symptom, but could also be a sign of a more serious GI issue.

Difficulty Swallowing

Difficulty swallowing is often a symptom of a larger issue; it is important to see a specialist to assess the cause of the issue and find a treatment.


Heartburn is described as the blistering feeling in your throat or chest and can be managed; chronic heartburn is often a sign of another condition.


Indigestion is the painful sensation in your upper abdomen and can be a sign of another GI issue; contact your GI specialists to assess the cause.


Nausea is the sensation in your abdomen that makes you feel like you are going to throw up; it is often a symptom of an underlying GI issue.

Unexplained Weight Gain/Loss

Unintentional weight loss or gain is usually a sign of a more serious problem; see a GI provider as soon as possible to assess the cause of this.


Vomiting is your body attempting to protect itself from a perceived threat; persistent vomiting is often a symptom of an underlying issue.

Yellowing of the Skin/Eyes

Yellowing of the eyes and skin is typically a sign of an ongoing condition and should be assessed by a GI specialist as soon as possible.