We treat many different digestive symptoms at our Bedford, TX gastroenterology clinic. It’s understood that some digestive symptoms can be embarrassing, but our practice deals with them daily and we will do our best to make you feel comfortable.

When to see a Gastroenterologist in Bedford, TX?

Most digestive symptoms will fix themselves in a short period of time (2-3 days). For symptoms that do not go away in a few days, recur periodically or create pain/discomfort it is important to be evaluated by a medical professional.

Gastroenterologists have extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of digestive symptoms. Many digestive symptoms can be an indicator of a larger medical issue and the additional training a GI doctor receives makes them better qualified to diagnose and treat digestive symptoms than a general or internal medicine doctor.

Digestive Symptoms

Dr. Lyles is an expert on diagnosing and treating all digestive symptoms. He believes that educating patients on their digestive health is an important factor in maintaining their health. With patient education in mind, he has created content on the most common digestive symptoms that he sees patients for at his Bedford, TX GI clinic.

Click on any of the boxes below to learn more about the symptom causes, treatment options and when to see a doctor for each digestive symptom.

Abdominal Pain

Experiencing pain in your stomach… cramps, a dull ache or sharp pain with varying triggers?

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What causes our bodies to become constipated? Dietary recommendations treatment options…

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When should you see a doctor? Can a diarrhea indicate a more serve medical issue?

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The feeling that food or liquid is stuck in your throat. Learn when to see a doctor.

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Gas / Bloating

Get information on causes, diagnosis, dietary recommendations and treatment options.

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Learn the triggers, symptoms and effects of acid reflux on your esophagus.

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Get in formation on causes, vs external and treatment options.

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Rectal Bleeding

All bleeding is abnormal and should be evaluated by a doctor.

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