After months of stomach pain, anxiety and not eating, Amelie got help from CHOC’s Functional Abdominal Pain Program.
Born with heart disease, Aurora developed a negative association with breastfeeding and formula. Now, she can enjoy eating solid foods.
A CHOC pediatric expert offers advice for parents on the full spectrum of poop, including color, frequency, diarrhea and constipation.
People with IBD know environmental factors can influence their disease, including summer. Here’s some tips from CHOC’s gastroenterology team.
Diyya never thought the treatment plan for her chronic and debilitating stomach pain would be a small neurostimulation device behind her ear.
Jack was more than a picky eater. He was frail and his hair was falling out. CHOC’s feeding program corrected Jack’s disordered feeding.
It’s normal for kids to get stomach aches, but some kids have bad stomach pain all the time. A CHOC gastroenterologist explains IBD vs. IBS.
Shortly after birth, Angelina was diagnosed with polymicrogyria. She remains under the care of many expert CHOC clinicians.
Bowie and Finley’s parents knew they were fighters. Their mom shares their journey with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).