Gastroenterologist in Downers Grove, IL
Welcome to Digestive Health Services
Digestive Health Services, SC is a gastroenterology practice with four board-certified gastroenterologists who specialize in digestive health. All of our gastroenterologists and have have extensive training in both Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Our office is conveniently located in Downers Grove. Our gastroenterology clinic provides state-of-the-art diagnoses and treatment of common and rare GI conditions that commonly affect people, our advanced facility and expertise allow us to provide patients the highest quality of care in the area. To just list a few of the conditions we treat heartburn, hernias, difficulty swallowing, Crohn’s disease and several others.
It is suggested that all people undergo a routine colonoscopy around age 50 and every ten years thereafter to catch polyps before they turn cancerous.
Some reflux is normal, but if you suffer symptoms of reflux more than twice a week, you may have GERD.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Studies show that one out of every five Americans has IBS. 75 percent of them are women. Do you have IBS?
What’s New at Digestive Health Services
When To See A Gastroenterologist For Frequent Nausea
If you are pregnant or know you have eaten some spoiled food, you’re not surprised if you throw up. When there doesn’t seem to be any logical reason for your nausea and vomiting, seeing a specialist is a wise next step. This is especially true if it continues for more than a couple of weeks….
10 Signs You May Have Celiac Disease
Celiac disease creates an autoimmune reaction in your small intestine to eating gluten, a protein in wheat, rye, and barley. It can be difficult to diagnose because it affects people so differently, and in fact, there are 200 known celiac symptoms. We will look at 10 signs you may have celiac disease focusing on the…
What’s the Difference Between IBS vs. IBD?
Both IBS and IBD are chronic gastrointestinal disorders, and they both have similar symptoms. At the same time, they are distinctly different conditions. If that’s not confusing enough, a patient can have both. What’s the difference between IBS vs. IBD? Keep reading to distinguish between the two and get the right treatment.. Inflammatory Bowel Disease…