Gastroenterology Associates of Florida patients are now being seen at the Atlantis and Wellington locations as the Jupiter, Florida location will be permanently closed effective 11/1/23. Please call 561-964-8221 with questions or to schedule an appointment.

Gastroenterology Blog

When Should Hemorrhoids Be Treated By a Doctor?

11/10/2023

Hemorrhoids can greatly impact your daily life, but knowing the types and when to seek medical attention can make all the difference.

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What Are Some of the Standard Signs of Fatty Liver Disease?

10/06/2023

Understand the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of fatty liver disease. Prompt care of the condition can enhance life expectancy and liver health.

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Ulcerative Colitis: Explore All the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

09/15/2023

Ulcerative colitis is a condition involving the rectum and colon. Learn more about this chronic concern and how it can impact your health.

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Are Acid Reflux and GERD the Same?

08/01/2023

Acid reflux and GERD may appear to be the same; however, there is a clear difference between these two conditions. Our team is here to help.

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What Is FibroScanĀ® and What Can It Do?

07/06/2023

The FibroScan test is a cutting-edge ultrasound exam that is used to uncover scarring and stiffness in the liver in order to track liver issues.

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How Does IBS Develop? Are You at Risk?

06/01/2023

IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) is a gastrointestinal condition that causes diarrhea, gas, stomach pain, and GI issues. Find out how it can affect you.

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What You Need To Know About Celiac Disease

05/05/2023

Celiac disease can impact your digestive tract in many ways. Read more about the condition and how to protect your GI health.

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Get to Know the Signs and Symptoms of IBD

04/07/2023

Inflammatory bowel disease can cause lasting symptoms like abdominal pain, upset stomach, and more. Does this mean lifelong discomfort, though?

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Why 45 Is the New 50: Changes in Colonoscopy Recommendations

03/01/2023

In the past, 50 was the magic number for having a colonoscopy; however, the CDC and GI doctors now suggest colon cancer screenings starting at age 45.

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When Should You Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer?

02/16/2023

Scheduling a colon cancer test can help protect your colon health and reduce the risk of colorectal cancer before it starts or becomes advanced.

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Start the New Year in Good Health: Schedule Your Colonoscopy Now

01/20/2023

Get your colonoscopy to start the new year right and gain control of your colon health. These preventive exams offer a way to protect your wellness.

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