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  • Have Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
    How your gastroenterologist in Roswell, Suwanee, and Smyrna, GA can help you feel better If you suffer from inflammatory bowel disease, you already know how uncomfortable it can be. It can Read more
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatments
    Though a simple stomach ache is often nothing to worry about, gastric issues like irritable bowel syndrome can cause serious complications and frustrating symptoms. Luckily, your gastroenterologist can help you Read more
  • What is Acid Reflux?
    Your digestive health is important to your overall well-being. If you suffer symptoms of acid reflux, or GERD, address them during a consultation with Dr. Melvin Bullock in his Roswell office. The Read more
  • The Symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Statistics published by the CDC estimate that about three million Americans struggle with a condition called IBD or inflammatory bowel disease. It creates painful or strained bowel movements and often Read more
  • Common Causes of Abdominal Pain and When to Seek Help
    What your gastroenterologist in Roswell, Suwanee, and Atlanta wants you to know about Abdominal Pain Abdominal pain can strike without warning, and when it does, it can keep you from enjoying Read more
  • Symptoms and Treatments for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    Could your frequent bouts of diarrhea and abdominal pain be signs of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? Roswell, GA, gastroenterologist Dr. Melvin Bullock discusses the disorder and shares information about treatment Read more
  • When Should I Have a Colonoscopy?
    As you age, staying active and healthy becomes more and more important. Preventative care also gains importance, ensuring that your doctor finds and treats any potential health concerns early before Read more
  • Early Signs of Cancer in the GI Tract
    What can you do to help prevent colon cancer with the help of your Roswell doctor? According to the American Society For Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, about 150,000 cases of colorectal cancer are Read more
  • How to Deal With Acid Reflux
    What your gastroenterologist in Roswell wants you to know If you are suffering from acid reflux, a condition commonly called heartburn, you are not alone. In fact, according to the American Read more
  • Have You Been Examine By Your GI Recently?
    Has it been a while since you visited a gastroenterologist? Our Roswell, GA, gastroenterologist, Dr. Melvin Bullock, explains why you won't want to put off your visit, particularly if you Read more
  • What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
    What your gastroenterologist in Roswell wants you to know There are many causes of stomach or abdominal pain, and one of the most persistent causes is a condition known as irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS. Read more
  • What Is Causing My Abdominal Pain?
    Abdominal pain is a tricky subject when it comes to finding out its cause. However, pinpointing the reasons behind your abdominal discomfort is essential in coming up with a successful Read more
  • FAQ About a Colonoscopies
    The thought of having a colonoscopy can be a bit intimidating for many people. However, a colonoscopy is a fairly straightforward procedure that doesn’t take very long to perform. To Read more
  • Why You Should Have Regular Colonscopies
    Even if you have no family history of colon cancer, having colonoscopies at regular intervals after the age of 50 is vital to your digestive and whole-body health. These tests Read more
  • What is IBS?
    Do you suffer from bouts of diarrhea, constipation and abdominal pain? You may have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Dr. Melvin Bullock, your Roswell, GA gastroenterologist, shares some information about the Read more
  • What Is Capsule Endoscopy?
    Gastrointestinal issues, while sometimes simple and easily treatable problems, can be the sign of a more complex condition. About 60 million Americans live with a digestive disease. Luckily, capsule endoscopy Read more

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