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Stomach problems can be very unpleasant to deal with.

While they often pass after a day or so and are unlikely to be an indication of any underlying problem, if you’ve been suffering from problems with your digestion for more than a few days, speaking to a doctor is the recommended course of action.

Whether you’re having difficulty going to the toilet or have been experiencing sickness and nausea, once you outline your symptoms to our GPs, they will be able to offer advice on how to deal with these conditions.

They have helped patients with a number of stomach and digestion issues, including:


Difficulty having a regular bowel movement.
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Pain or burning after eating, caused by a swollen stomach lining.
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Symptoms include heartburn, acid reflux and bloating.
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Bloating and irregular bowel movements can be a sign of IBS.
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Stomach Pain
Can occur just after eating or be felt the next day.
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Diarrhoea and vomiting after eating.
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Loose or watery poo. Some people also experience stomach cramps.
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Stomach Ulcers
A sore on your stomach lining that can lead to a burning pain.
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Food Poisoning
Diarrhoea, stomach pain and vomiting after a meal.
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Feeling nauseous, heavy vomiting and watery diarrhoea.
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Bad Breath
Halitosis AKA bad breath causes and treatments.
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If you’re having stomach problems, you probably won’t want to leave the house or be out in public. With Push Doctor, you’re able to book a video consultation from the privacy and comfort of your own home and get expert advice on how to manage your symptoms.

From short-term conditions such as food poisoning to chronic issues like IBS, our doctors are here to help you.

Treatments range from medication and increased fluid intake to changes in your diet and lifestyle that will address your current condition and help you avoid suffering from similar problems in future.

If you need a prescription, our doctors can write one for you and you’ll be able to collect your medicine from a pharmacy of your choice.