Gastroenterology Hattiesburg, MS

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I was very pleased with my experience with Dr. Farmer.

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I highly recommend Dr. Farmer.. He is very gentle, understanding, and has a awesome staff..

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Great visit. Answered all my questions. Highly recommend.

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Dr.Farmer and his nurse Shay was very professional and very nice

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Welcome to Hattiesburg GI Associates—where your care is our number one priority. At our physician-led network of gastroenterology specialists, we diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of GI issues from constipation and diarrhea to colon cancer, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and much more. We have a patient-first philosophy and always do our best to ensure exceptional care for our patients.

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Whether you're 45 years old or over, have family history of colon cancer, or are at risk of colon cancer, colonoscopy screenings are one of the best ways to prevent and detect colon cancer. Additionally, a colonoscopy could help diagnose symptoms such as diarrhea, bloody stool, stomach pain, and more. A simple, 15-30 minute colonoscopy can provide valuable answers to your GI symptoms.

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) mainly refers to two conditions — Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis — that together impact nearly 1.6 million Americans. An additional 70,000 new cases of IBD are identified in kids and adults every year. The majority of IBD patients receive a diagnosis by the time they're 35 years old. IBD is a long-term condition, and while it cannot be cured, it can be managed with the right treatment.

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