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Condition Management

Learn how to manage your condition effectively

Diagnosis of a colorectal or anorectal condition will often require some temporary lifestyle changes to manage the illness efficiently.

Dr White is committed to providing his patients with a superb level of support pre, during and post-treatment to help achieve exceptional long-term results.

Below you'll find information to help you understand your condition and get the most from your treatment.

If you have further questions or require more information on how to manage your specific condition, please call Dr White's team on 07 5598 0955.

Controlling Gas

Everybody produces gas but, in some conditions, this can become excessive and hard to control.

Controlling Gas  

Dietary advice for Colostomy and Ileostomy patients

Most changes for colostomy and ileostomy patients are temporary, and after an initial adjustment period, the patient can resume a standard diet.

Dietary advice - Colostomy and Ileostomy 

Dietary advice for Pelvic Pouch patients

Immediately after pelvic pouch surgery, a healthy diet must be maintained to improve pouch function.

Dietary advice - Pelvic Pouch

FODMAPS

FODMAPS are a group of compounds found in food that may contribute to gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS.

FODMAPS