SPECIALTY CARE GASTROENTERLOGY
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When to See a Gastroenterologist?
Often, seeing a gastroenterologist leads to more accurate detection of polyps and cancer, fewer complications from procedures, and less time spent in the hospital. You should see a gastroenterologist if you're experiencing any of these common symptoms: Rectal bleeding. Leakage/underwear stains. Bowel movement urges that are hard to control. Diarrhea. Changes in bowel habits. Pale-colored stools. Dark urine.
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If you live in a rural area that doesn't have access to the internet, specialty care physicians, limited transportation, and the technology to connect to telemedicine will provide you the necessary equipment to access the healthcare you need.
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