Many Irish in the Grips of Digestive Disorders

by Medindia Content Team on  August 23, 2006 at 5:50 PM Cancer News
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Many Irish in the Grips of Digestive Disorders
A survey has conveyed the extent of digestive problems among the Irish estimated at one-third, a trend prevalent for over a year. The survey findings also established a certain amount of ignorance displayed by the Irish, who seem to be at a loss about approach measures for remedy.

The research revealed that an estimated 33% of the people disregard digestive problems and 16% are not sure whether to seek medical advice for a stomach disorder. Ideally persistence of certain symptoms demand medical attention; Any change in bowel movements, or prolonged anaemia, or discomfort in the abdomen, even blood or mucous in the stool are indicative of digestive disorders, and should be referred to a medical specialist.

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