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Five Tips for Preparing for Your First Gastroenterology Appointment

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If you or your primary health care provider suspect a diagnosis of ulcerative colitis (UC) or another gastrointestinal disorder, chances are your next step will be to see a gastroenterologist (GI), a doctor who specializes in disorders of the digestive system.

It may feel intimidating or nerve-wracking to see a specialist or a new doctor of any kind, but proper preparation can help set you up for success during your appointment.

Here are a few tips to prepare for your first GI appointment.  1. Confirm whether you’ll need a referral from your primary care provider  It’s best if you can get this information before you schedule your GI appointment, but at least a month before your appointment you’ll want to check with your insurance company to see if you need a referral to see a specialist.

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