Symptoms, Conditions & Procedures

GI Symptoms

Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain could have several causes and should be evaluated by a GI specialist, particularly if you also have back pain, bloody stool, or fever.

Anal/Rectal Bleeding

Anal bleeding usually presents as blood in the toilet, blood in the stool, or blood on toilet paper, and could indicate one of many issues.


Bloating is due to the buildup of gas in the GI tract and could be caused by certain foods, difficulty passing stool, swallowing air, and more.

Blood in the Stool

Blood in the stool may be nothing serious, but it could be a sign of a more pressing concern such as hemorrhoids, colon cancer, an anal tear, or more.

Bowel Incontinence

Bowel incontinence can be a frustrating condition and take away your freedom to live life to the fullest; however, help is available in Denver, CO.


Occasional constipation is normal; frequent constipation is not and should be evaluated by a GI specialist so you can find the relief you deserve.


While diarrhea can be normal if it occurs frequently or is accompanied by a fever, dark urine, intense pain, or more, you should reach out for help.

Difficulty Swallowing

Dysphagia, commonly known as difficulty swallowing, can affect individuals of any age and should be addressed right away as it can become serious.


Many people experience heartburn after eating spicy food or something else; however, chronic heartburn can be addressed so you can find relief.


Indigestion can cause a great deal of discomfort in the upper abdominal region and can make carrying out daily tasks hard; help is available, though.


Nausea is an uneasy feeling in the abdomen that is often caused as a result of a foodborne illness, a bacterial or viral infection, or another factor.

Unexplained Weight Gain/Loss

Unintentional weight loss or gain might seem like no big deal; however, a change in your weight without trying could be an indication of a GI issue.


Vomiting is typically associated with food poisoning, sickness, or something else; persistent vomiting, however, should receive prompt GI care.

Yellowing of the Skin/Eyes

Yellowing of the skin and eyes is often linked to liver disease. It may be a symptom of an infection, cirrhosis, gallstones, liver cancer, and more.