PROMOTIONcare5 signs you mayendoscopyJust what you need to getback on your feetneed anSelf Pay from Care UK is all aboutproviding you flexible options and givingyou choicenendoscopy is when a tubewith a camera is insertedinto your body through yourmouth, nose or anus to helpAbe discussed with your GP who mayrefer you for an endoscopy to investigatethe cause of the problem.Irreqular Bowel Movements,Long Term Constipation orDiarrhoea-sometimes thesesymptoms can be caused by a changein diet or lifestyle and may settle, but ifyou experience them for a long periodof time they may be signs of somethingWith prices up to 30% less than otherprivate hospitals, high quality consultandelivered core and finence option,our Self Pay pakages are just what youidentify and diagnose the cause of avariety of symptomsneed to get back on your feet.Why choose us?Why might you need an endoscopy?Here are five signs to look out for and todiscuss with your GPStomach Pain-if you areexperiencing pain in your abdomenwhich is unusual or which lasts formore setious such as IBD, colon canceror an underactive thyroid. Your GPmaythink it is appropriate for you to have anendoscopic investigation.Whatever your symptoms, alwaysspeak to your GPifyou're worriedPeninsula NHS Treatment Centre-offers a range of Joint AdvisoryGroup (JAG) accredited endoscopyprocedures including.Colonoscopy, used to examine yourlarge and small bowelcoC rated Outstandingmore than a few hours, it could besymptomatic of a worrying or seriouscondition. You should see your GPwho may refer you for an endoscopyprocedure to diagnose the cause ofthe problem.Blood in Your Stools-this may bethe sign of an infection or bowel cancer,which if caught early can be treated.If you notice any blood in your stoolor when you wipe yourself after going.to the tollet you should see your GPwho maysuggest one of the endoscopyprocedures described below.Difficulty Swallowing-also calledFree Wi-Fi and on-site car parkingSigmoldoscopy, the examination of thelarge intestine using arigid endoscopeFlexible sigmokdoscopy, where aflexible endoscope is used to look atthe furthest part of the colon;.Gastroscopy, where an endoscope ispassed through the mouth and throatto check the stomachTrans-nasal endoscopy, where athinner endoscope is passed throughthe nose to investigate the stomach0 % finance optiondysphagia, this can be caused by anumber of conditions ranging from aninfection to cancer of the oesophagusIf symptoms persist you should see yourGP quickly and discuss with them if anendoscopy is required.Acid Reflux/Heartburn-we haveall suffered heartburn at some pointX\If your GP thinks you need anNo deposit requiredendoscopy, you can ask to be referredto Peninsula NHS Treatment Centreand antacids help, but if you areexperiencing heartburn or acid refluxregularly or over a long period of timeit may be caused by an underlyingcondition. If your experience of acidreflux or heartburn is long term it should-the hospital part of your choice forNHStreatment and care.In need of surgery?Accept nothing less than outstanding!Call 0330 058 1779 or visitcareukselfpay.co.uk/peninsula today.For more information, please visitpeninsulatreatmentcentre.nhs.uk PROMOTION care 5 signs you may endoscopy Just what you need to get back on your feet need an Self Pay from Care UK is all about providing you flexible options and giving you choice nendoscopy is when a tube with a camera is inserted into your body through your mouth, nose or anus to help A be discussed with your GP who may refer you for an endoscopy to investigate the cause of the problem. Irreqular Bowel Movements, Long Term Constipation or Diarrhoea-sometimes these symptoms can be caused by a change in diet or lifestyle and may settle, but if you experience them for a long period of time they may be signs of something With prices up to 30% less than other private hospitals, high quality consultan delivered core and finence option, our Self Pay pakages are just what you identify and diagnose the cause of a variety of symptoms need to get back on your feet. Why choose us? Why might you need an endoscopy? Here are five signs to look out for and to discuss with your GP Stomach Pain-if you are experiencing pain in your abdomen which is unusual or which lasts for more setious such as IBD, colon cancer or an underactive thyroid. Your GPmay think it is appropriate for you to have an endoscopic investigation. Whatever your symptoms, always speak to your GPifyou're worried Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre- offers a range of Joint Advisory Group (JAG) accredited endoscopy procedures including .Colonoscopy, used to examine your large and small bowel coC rated Outstanding more than a few hours, it could be symptomatic of a worrying or serious condition. You should see your GP who may refer you for an endoscopy procedure to diagnose the cause of the problem. Blood in Your Stools-this may be the sign of an infection or bowel cancer, which if caught early can be treated. If you notice any blood in your stool or when you wipe yourself after going. to the tollet you should see your GP who maysuggest one of the endoscopy procedures described below. Difficulty Swallowing-also called Free Wi-Fi and on-site car parking Sigmoldoscopy, the examination of the large intestine using arigid endoscope Flexible sigmokdoscopy, where a flexible endoscope is used to look at the furthest part of the colon; .Gastroscopy, where an endoscope is passed through the mouth and throat to check the stomach Trans-nasal endoscopy, where a thinner endoscope is passed through the nose to investigate the stomach 0 % finance option dysphagia, this can be caused by a number of conditions ranging from an infection to cancer of the oesophagus If symptoms persist you should see your GP quickly and discuss with them if an endoscopy is required. Acid Reflux/Heartburn-we have all suffered heartburn at some point X\ If your GP thinks you need an No deposit required endoscopy, you can ask to be referred to Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre and antacids help, but if you are experiencing heartburn or acid reflux regularly or over a long period of time it may be caused by an underlying condition. If your experience of acid reflux or heartburn is long term it should -the hospital part of your choice for NHStreatment and care. In need of surgery? Accept nothing less than outstanding! Call 0330 058 1779 or visit careukselfpay.co.uk/peninsula today. For more information, please visit peninsulatreatmentcentre.nhs.uk

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PROMOTION care 5 signs you may endoscopy Just what you need to get back on your feet need an Self Pay from Care UK is all about providing you flexible options and giving you choice nendoscopy is when a tube with a camera is inserted into your body through your mouth, nose or anus to help A be discussed with your GP who may refer you for an endoscopy to investigate the cause of the problem. Irreqular Bowel Movements, Long Term Constipation or Diarrhoea-sometimes these symptoms can be caused by a change in diet or lifestyle and may settle, but if you experience them for a long period of time they may be signs of something With prices up to 30% less than other private hospitals, high quality consultan delivered core and finence option, our Self Pay pakages are just what you identify and diagnose the cause of a variety of symptoms need to get back on your feet. Why choose us? Why might you need an endoscopy? Here are five signs to look out for and to discuss with your GP Stomach Pain-if you are experiencing pain in your abdomen which is unusual or which lasts for more setious such as IBD, colon cancer or an underactive thyroid. Your GPmay think it is appropriate for you to have an endoscopic investigation. Whatever your symptoms, always speak to your GPifyou're worried Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre- offers a range of Joint Advisory Group (JAG) accredited endoscopy procedures including .Colonoscopy, used to examine your large and small bowel coC rated Outstanding more than a few hours, it could be symptomatic of a worrying or serious condition. You should see your GP who may refer you for an endoscopy procedure to diagnose the cause of the problem. Blood in Your Stools-this may be the sign of an infection or bowel cancer, which if caught early can be treated. If you notice any blood in your stool or when you wipe yourself after going. to the tollet you should see your GP who maysuggest one of the endoscopy procedures described below. Difficulty Swallowing-also called Free Wi-Fi and on-site car parking Sigmoldoscopy, the examination of the large intestine using arigid endoscope Flexible sigmokdoscopy, where a flexible endoscope is used to look at the furthest part of the colon; .Gastroscopy, where an endoscope is passed through the mouth and throat to check the stomach Trans-nasal endoscopy, where a thinner endoscope is passed through the nose to investigate the stomach 0 % finance option dysphagia, this can be caused by a number of conditions ranging from an infection to cancer of the oesophagus If symptoms persist you should see your GP quickly and discuss with them if an endoscopy is required. Acid Reflux/Heartburn-we have all suffered heartburn at some point X\ If your GP thinks you need an No deposit required endoscopy, you can ask to be referred to Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre and antacids help, but if you are experiencing heartburn or acid reflux regularly or over a long period of time it may be caused by an underlying condition. If your experience of acid reflux or heartburn is long term it should -the hospital part of your choice for NHStreatment and care. In need of surgery? Accept nothing less than outstanding! Call 0330 058 1779 or visit careukselfpay.co.uk/peninsula today. For more information, please visit peninsulatreatmentcentre.nhs.uk PROMOTION care 5 signs you may endoscopy Just what you need to get back on your feet need an Self Pay from Care UK is all about providing you flexible options and giving you choice nendoscopy is when a tube with a camera is inserted into your body through your mouth, nose or anus to help A be discussed with your GP who may refer you for an endoscopy to investigate the cause of the problem. Irreqular Bowel Movements, Long Term Constipation or Diarrhoea-sometimes these symptoms can be caused by a change in diet or lifestyle and may settle, but if you experience them for a long period of time they may be signs of something With prices up to 30% less than other private hospitals, high quality consultan delivered core and finence option, our Self Pay pakages are just what you identify and diagnose the cause of a variety of symptoms need to get back on your feet. Why choose us? Why might you need an endoscopy? Here are five signs to look out for and to discuss with your GP Stomach Pain-if you are experiencing pain in your abdomen which is unusual or which lasts for more setious such as IBD, colon cancer or an underactive thyroid. Your GPmay think it is appropriate for you to have an endoscopic investigation. Whatever your symptoms, always speak to your GPifyou're worried Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre- offers a range of Joint Advisory Group (JAG) accredited endoscopy procedures including .Colonoscopy, used to examine your large and small bowel coC rated Outstanding more than a few hours, it could be symptomatic of a worrying or serious condition. You should see your GP who may refer you for an endoscopy procedure to diagnose the cause of the problem. Blood in Your Stools-this may be the sign of an infection or bowel cancer, which if caught early can be treated. If you notice any blood in your stool or when you wipe yourself after going. to the tollet you should see your GP who maysuggest one of the endoscopy procedures described below. Difficulty Swallowing-also called Free Wi-Fi and on-site car parking Sigmoldoscopy, the examination of the large intestine using arigid endoscope Flexible sigmokdoscopy, where a flexible endoscope is used to look at the furthest part of the colon; .Gastroscopy, where an endoscope is passed through the mouth and throat to check the stomach Trans-nasal endoscopy, where a thinner endoscope is passed through the nose to investigate the stomach 0 % finance option dysphagia, this can be caused by a number of conditions ranging from an infection to cancer of the oesophagus If symptoms persist you should see your GP quickly and discuss with them if an endoscopy is required. Acid Reflux/Heartburn-we have all suffered heartburn at some point X\ If your GP thinks you need an No deposit required endoscopy, you can ask to be referred to Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre and antacids help, but if you are experiencing heartburn or acid reflux regularly or over a long period of time it may be caused by an underlying condition. If your experience of acid reflux or heartburn is long term it should -the hospital part of your choice for NHStreatment and care. In need of surgery? Accept nothing less than outstanding! Call 0330 058 1779 or visit careukselfpay.co.uk/peninsula today. For more information, please visit peninsulatreatmentcentre.nhs.uk