Abdominal Pain: Diverticulitis, stomach ulcer, gastritis, gallbladder pain, and GERD—symptoms and treatments

Discover the keys to better digestive health! This new free guide will show you how to control and prevent gallstones, GERD symptoms, IBS, stomach ulcer symptoms, gastritis, and other “gut issues.”

Dear Friend,

Although most “gut issues” are not life-threatening, they are disruptive, potentially damaging, and most always painful. A digestive system disorder not only takes away the pleasures of food but can rob your body of the vital benefits food provides.

The good news is that you can achieve a calmer, quieter existence with your digestive system. You can address, prevent, and treat the most common troublemakers including GERD symptoms (gastroesophageal reflux disease), irritable bowel syndrome, gallbladder pain, diverticulitis, stomach ulcer, and constipation symptoms.

In Abdominal Pain: Diverticulitis, stomach ulcer, gastritis, gallbladder pain, and GERD—symptoms and treatments, University Health News editors will give you an empowering understanding of your digestive system, how it works, why and how it sometimes acts up, and most important, what you can do about it.

What causes my heartburn? Why does my stomach churn after meals? Are ulcer symptoms triggered by stress? How do I know if I have gallstones? What are the safest constipation cures?

In the free guide, you’ll learn the mechanics of heartburn—and why people with chronic GERD symptoms are at risk for a more serious condition. You’ll be briefed on the preventing gastritis. You’ll read why stress is not the main cause of ulcers… the 6 gallstones symptoms …and three safe and sound ways to avoid constipation.

This new guide will show you the strategies and remedies that work to restore calm and prevent recurrence. Download your copy now. It’s yours absolutely free!

What is the digestive system?

It’s a series of hollow organs—mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon—plus three solid organs—liver, pancreas, and gallbladder—that work in concert to convert the food you eat into the nutrients your body needs to live and to thrive.

Most often it works smoothly. But sometimes it rebels. The causes of abdominal pain and digestion problems can range from the foods you choose to the stress you’re under. It can be inherited from birth or come with advancing years. Regardless of source, the good news is that there are solutions. That’s what this free guide is all about.

You can ease GERD symptoms…end discomfort of indigestion… and keep your entire digestive system working at its best.

If you have heartburn, you are not alone. Just turn on the TV. From Alka-Seltzer to Zantac, you’ll find ads promising heartburn relief. But what are the best—and safest—ways to get relief from GERD symptoms? And can you stop heartburn before it ever begins?

In this guide you’ll find why reflux occurs…which foods (including some surprises) are likely to trigger GERD symptoms… your best choices in medications…and three small lifestyle changes that can make a huge difference in lowering your future risk of GERD.

You’ll read about the surgical options to alleviate GERD. You’ll be alerted to important advances in treating Barrett’s Esophagus, a precancerous complication of chronic GERD. And you’ll learn how Botox is being used to help people with the inability to swallow.

And while we all have the occasional stomach ache, how can you tell if those indigestion symptoms could be something more serious?

This free Guide will add to your understanding of the causes and con-sequences of gastritis symptoms…why an accurate diagnosis is so important… the link to stomach ulcer symptoms…plus the triple therapy that lets an ulcer to heal and lowers the chance that it will come back.

Don’t let heartburn or indigestion keep you up another night. Download your copy of this fact-filled guide today! It’s yours absolutely free!

You can end the “food fights” that trigger gallstones… aggravate IBS…provoke diverticulitis…and worsen GERD symptoms.

“Through the teeth, past the gums, look out stomach, here it comes!” Many of our digestion system problems arise from what we insist on eating and drinking. Sometimes it’s just one too spicy meal. More often, problems are caused by the cumulative effect of our ongoing food and diet choices.

In Abdominal Pain you’ll read why—and how—some foods affect our digestive systems…which foods you should forgo and which you should add to your daily diet. You’ll discover…

  • The “superfood” that can supercharge your defenses against diverticulitis (See page 23!)
  • Seven foods that can anger the symptoms of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) (Culprits named on page 19)
  • Foods you don’t have to give up even with stomach ulcer symptoms. (Read the good news on page 8.)
  • Entrée options that are easy the digestive tract. (See page 26.)

The Guide shares findings on celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. You’ll learn how it can start in adults who have never had a problem. You’ll be briefed on the importance of treatment…the keys to an accurate diagnosis…and three surprising hidden sources of gluten.

You know that gallbladder pain is generated by gallstones. But which foods are likely to precipitate gallstones? What other gallstones symptoms will accompany the pain? Why are women more at risk? Should you opt for gallbladder surgery? The Guide will tell you.

Abdominal Pain will give you vital information for addressing chronic pancreatitis. You’ll read what doctors are learning about stopping the progression of cirrhosis. And you’ll find out about advances that can effectively prevent and treat hepatitis A, B, C and D.

Keep your digestive system healthier and happier. Get your copy of Abdominal Pain now. It’s yours to download—absolutely free!

Smooth your food’s journey every inch of the way…from easing and ending GERD symptoms to regaining and maintaining regularity.

The digestive system from mouth to anus is nearly 30 feet in length. The organs of the gut are almost always moving, driven by muscles in their walls. As we age, those muscles move their contents at a more leisurely pace. But, by being proactive, you can keep things moving and enjoy the peace and pleasure of better digestion.

We’ve all suffered constipation symptoms. However, chronic constipation can lead to hemorrhoids and anal fissures. The free guide explains the best ways to treat constipation without resorting to laxatives. You’ll find tips for reducing your susceptibility to an anal fissure…for treating proctitis…and for soothing hemorrhoid pain.

You’ll learn how Crohn’s disease can affect not just the small intestine, but all areas of the gastrointestinal tract. You’ll be briefed on the symptoms of IBD (Irritable Bowel Disease)…how IBD is diagnosed…and a new category of drugs derived from human genes that offer targeted treatment of severe Crohn’s disease that has not responded to other drugs.

Plus, the free guide will give you practical guidance for insuring your digestive wellness. You’ll find easy-to-adopt tips for healthier eating. You’ll get important screening guidelines for preventive care. And you’ll get tips for minimizing digestion-harming stress, for adding exercise to your routine, and for maintaining a healthy weight.

Take the anxiety out of eating and put your digestive system back on its best behavior! Get your free copy of this valuable report today!

Yours for lasting good health,

Tim Cole, Editorial Director

P.S. Like every University Health News report, this guide is 100% advertising-free. We are committed to bringing you health information that is useful, authoritative, and impartial. The guide is yours to download now—absolutely free!

Comments
  • Jeannine P.

    Love to read your report, but your site has other ideas. No matter how often I load my data, tap download report, yes I want report, etc, response is “log in” and the log in block does nothing

  • Carol H.

    Agree with the above reply. How do you download your free reports? Your website keeps wanting a login when there’s no way of putting in a password for new member.

  • I have a bad gastric for 26 years the dr didn’t help me he gave me medicine but didn’t help at all.

  • Estelle S.

    Please send me free information on gastritis.

  • Anne S.

    Please send information on how to prevent stomach erosion.

  • jannet

    Needs to know how to get rid of stomach pain burning sometimes acid and constipation

  • jannet

    Information about stomach issues. Help. Today stomach is good next it go back to it same behavior. Help.

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