Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): Chronic abdominal pain accompanied by irregular bowel movements. Its treatment involves medication to alleviate the symptoms.
Esophagitis: Is the inflammation of the esophagus. The treatment involves taking medicines and doing relaxation therapy to prevent regurgitation.
Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GERD): GERD is a chronic digestive disorder in which the liquid content of the stomach leaks into the esophagus, a tube that connects the mouth and digestive tract. It is treated through medication and procedures, such as Linx surgery and Nissen fundoplication.
Celiac disease: It is an autoimmune illness that is triggered by the consumption of gluten. It causes damage to the intestinal lining, which leads to diarrhea, lethargy, weight loss, bloating, and anemia, among other symptoms. It can only be managed by taking a gluten-free diet.
Peptic ulcer disease: Peptic ulcers are open sores that form on the inner lining of your stomach and the upper region of your small intestine. They are caused by a variety of factors. The treatment involves medication and peptic ulcer surgery if required.