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That treatment can be useful when there's not a lot of gas or bloating, but of little help when there is a significant amount. If there is a considerable amount of bloating or gas, we need to diagnose its origin, which is practically always found, and after that correct the cause, which could be caused by different foods.

Yes, Dr. Ramos García sees daily people who have been wrongly diagnosed as having irritable bowel syndrome, he has even seen people who have been sent to the psychiatrist because they were told that “it had no cure”, have been told that “they have to get used to it because that’s just the way they are” or that “it is caused by their nerves”, among many inaccurate statements. It is very rare that, after a proper analysis, that Dr. Ramos García cannot find the real cause that has been misdiagnosed as irritable bowel syndrome. Once found, the doctor can give an effective treatment that can both improve and cure your actual disease.

Yes it can. To begin with, dyspepsia is only a symptom that only includes discomfort in the upper half of the abdomen (which includes indigestion, gases, precocious satiety, postprandial fullness, burning pain or burning sensation…). Doctors often use the tags of ‘functional’ or ‘nervous’ to label patients whose cause cannot be found because they have a lack knowledge, incorrect analysis, carelessness, comfort… Similar to misdiagnoses of irritable bowel syndrome, it is very rare that Dr. Ramos García cannot find the real cause that has been misdiagnosed as irritable bowel syndrome after a proper analysis. Once found, the doctor can give an effective treatment that can both improve and cure your actual disease.

Most of the ‘so called’ fibromyalgias can be significantly ameliorated or cured. Dr. Ramos García’s approach in these kind of cases is always the same: he does a detailed analysis to find the root cause of the symptoms, so he can give an adequate treatment, which can consist of a diet which excludes certain foods.

Migraines and headaches are usually examined at a neurological level and doctors usually prescribe treatments that can alleviate the pain, not cure it. However, their origin can come from outside the brain, which includes foods or gastrointestinal diseases. When it is caused by certain foods, Dr. José Ramos García does a deep analysis that helps him find which food types trigger that reaction.

Of course, it is possible. Up until now Dr. Ramos García has successfully cured helicobacter pylori in all his patients, including the ones labelled as ‘resistant’, it is only a matter of finding the right treatment for each case.

In cases where a preventive colonoscopy for colon cancer needs to be done, the frequency of the test is personalized, since it depends on many factors and endoscopic findings, which can change as time goes by. No one-size-fits-all answer can be given to this question since the frequency of colonoscopies changes from person to person, as well as with time.

Of course it is, it is only a matter of finding the root cause and treating it.

It is more comfortable and easier for doctors to prescribe laxatives, but with time they stop having an effect, your body becomes dependent on them, and the dose needs to be increased, worsening the constipation. The proper thing to do is carry out a complete reassessment of the problem, to begin a process of correction and treat the drug dependency.

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