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Urgent Care in Houston, TX

When you’re suffering from severe pain, sometimes waiting for your scheduled appointment won’t cut it. At Houston Colon, we understand that you can’t accurately plan for these types of medical situations, which is why we offer 24-hour urgent care services when you need them most. We wouldn’t want anyone who’s suffering from rectum or colon problems to have to wait to receive the services they deserve. When you call our team, we’ll be there to support you from start to finish, giving you the quick and effective solutions you need to get back to feeling like yourself again. Learn more about our urgent care services and how we have what it takes to offer help, no matter the circumstances.

Prompt & Reliable Care for Your Urgent Needs

Sometimes it can be hard to tell if the health problem you’re facing is considered “urgent.” Keep reading to gain insight into the type of emergencies we frequently cater to and why:

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Rectal Bleeding

Continual blood coming from your rectum should be addressed by a professional right away. The blood can show up in the stool itself, on toilet paper, or in the toilet bowl, and is not always a sign of something more severe. Things like constipation and hard stools can cause rectal bleeding, but it’s best to get this issue checked out by professionals. This way, we can rule out the possibilities of underlying problems such as anal or colon cancer, Crohn’s Disease, colon polyps, ulcerative colitis, and other conditions.

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Rectal Pain

Rectal pain can occur due to inflammatory bowel disease, injuries to the area, or localized infections. Some of the most common causes of rectal pain include hemorrhoids, proctalgia fugax, anal fissures, gastrointestinal disease, and more. Though rectal pain is a fairly common issue among the patients we treat, it is crucial to get checked by a professional to ensure your primary or underlying condition can be managed.

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Severe Abdominal Pain

If you’re suffering from prolonged and severe abdominal pain of any kind, it’s best to seek out medical attention as soon as possible. This could be caused by anything from gallstones to inflammatory bowel disease, ulcers, appendicitis, pancreatitis, or, most commonly, diverticulitis. Constant gas and indigestion can sometimes be the beginning signs of a more severe issue. We’ll get to the root of the problem, treat it, and support you through the entire process so you can live comfortably again.    

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Bowel Obstruction

Some patients come to us with crampy abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, inability to pass gas or stool, a bloated abdomen, and other symptoms that point to an instance of bowel obstruction. This is a condition where material is prevented from passing through the bowel as it naturally should. Bowel obstruction can be brought on by certain medications and can also be a result of fibrous tissue buildup in the abdomen. Whatever is causing your bowel obstruction, we have the urgent care you need to help get you some relief.

Innovative Telehealth Solutions for Your Convenience

Even in those times where making it to our physical location is not an option, we proudly offer easy-to-use telehealth services. With the convenience of speaking to a board-certified doctor within 24 hours of your call, we just made it that much easier for you to get the urgent care you need. Feel free to fill out our Telehealth service form, and we will send you an email with information on how to connect with one of our seasoned doctors from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer, iPad, or smartphone! No apps to install, no travel, and no hidden or added fees for receiving the urgent care you need.

  • If this is a surgical emergency, please call 911.

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