Practices (5)

Northern Gastroenterology, Suite 1, Level 5, North Shore Private Hospital, Westbourne Street, St Leonards
Private practice

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Experience

Expert in:

  • Colonoscopy
  • Endoscopy
  • General gastroenterology

Treated diseases

  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn's disease
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease
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Services & pricing

Colonoscopy


3 Technology Place, Macquarie University, Macquarie University

No price information

Macquarie University Hospital


Reserve Road, St Leonards

No price information

Northern Sydney Sexual Health, Hiv And Hepatitis Service


Westbourne St,, St Leonards

No price information

North Shore Private Hospital


38 Denistone Rd, Eastwood

No price information

Private practice


Northern Gastroenterology, Suite 1, Level 5, North Shore Private Hospital, Westbourne Street, St Leonards

No price information

Private practice


Endoscopy


3 Technology Place, Macquarie University, Macquarie University

No price information

Macquarie University Hospital


Reserve Road, St Leonards

No price information

Northern Sydney Sexual Health, Hiv And Hepatitis Service


Westbourne St,, St Leonards

No price information

North Shore Private Hospital


38 Denistone Rd, Eastwood

No price information

Private practice


Northern Gastroenterology, Suite 1, Level 5, North Shore Private Hospital, Westbourne Street, St Leonards

No price information

Private practice


First visit Gastroenterology


3 Technology Place, Macquarie University, Macquarie University

No price information

Macquarie University Hospital


Reserve Road, St Leonards

No price information

Northern Sydney Sexual Health, Hiv And Hepatitis Service


Westbourne St,, St Leonards

No price information

North Shore Private Hospital


38 Denistone Rd, Eastwood

No price information

Private practice


Northern Gastroenterology, Suite 1, Level 5, North Shore Private Hospital, Westbourne Street, St Leonards

No price information

Private practice


Gastroscopy


3 Technology Place, Macquarie University, Macquarie University

No price information

Macquarie University Hospital


Reserve Road, St Leonards

No price information

Northern Sydney Sexual Health, Hiv And Hepatitis Service


Westbourne St,, St Leonards

No price information

North Shore Private Hospital


38 Denistone Rd, Eastwood

No price information

Private practice


Northern Gastroenterology, Suite 1, Level 5, North Shore Private Hospital, Westbourne Street, St Leonards

No price information

Private practice


Subsequent visits Gastroenterology


3 Technology Place, Macquarie University, Macquarie University

No price information

Macquarie University Hospital


Reserve Road, St Leonards

No price information

Northern Sydney Sexual Health, Hiv And Hepatitis Service


Westbourne St,, St Leonards

No price information

North Shore Private Hospital


38 Denistone Rd, Eastwood

No price information

Private practice


Northern Gastroenterology, Suite 1, Level 5, North Shore Private Hospital, Westbourne Street, St Leonards

No price information

Private practice

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  • Question about ColonLYTELY Powder

    Can I start using colonlytely immediately after using movicol for 3 days with no success?

    There is no contraindication to using Colonlytely immediately after using Movicol. The major issue is the potential for causing diarrhoea associated with dehydration and disturbance of the electrolyte (salt) levels in your blood.
    Colonlytely is normally used for bowel preparation whereas Movicol is usually used for treatment of constipation. For patients with constipation adequate bowel preparation may require pre-treatment with laxatives such as Movicol in the week before starting the bowel preparation.

    Dr. Stephen Tattersall

  • Question about Pyralin EN Tablets

    can Pyralin EN tablets give you diarrhea?

    The active drug in Pyralin is Sulfasalazine. Sulfasalazine is commonly used for inflammatory arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease. Diarrhoea is a very uncommon side-effect of Sulfasalazine tablets. The most common side-effects of Sulfasalazine are nausea, indigestion, rash, swelling of the lips and other parts of the body, difficulty breathing, stomach upset and vomiting. More serious side-effects such as effects on the liver and bone marrow can occur but are rare.
    I would consider other potential causes for your diarrhoea before attributing it to the Pyralin tablets. You should discuss this with your doctor before stopping treatment. If there is no other cause for the diarrhoea found (this may involve blood and stool tests) then a short trial off the Pyralin (with your doctor's blessing) may help to clarify if the medication is to blame.

    Dr. Stephen Tattersall

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Experience

Expert in:

  • Colonoscopy
  • Endoscopy
  • General gastroenterology

Treated diseases

  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn's disease
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Show more diseases