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Dr. Siegel

An IBD specialist can have a big impact on your treatment plan

Being comfortable talking to your doctor can help you learn about and manage your inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) more effectively.

Dr. Siegel

Dr. Siegel, Gastroenterologist, Crohn's and UC Expert

Dr. Corey Siegel is a gastroenterologist and the Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He’s helped treat people living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis (UC) for over 10 years.

To learn about how inflammation affects your symptoms and how to work with your doctor to manage your condition, watch these videos and use our Doctor Discussion Guide.

Ins and Outs of Inflammation

With Dr. Siegel as your guide, learn where your symptoms come from and what they may be trying to tell you.

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With Dr. Siegel as your guide, learn where your symptoms come from and what they may be trying to tell you.

Roadmap to Remission

Dr. Siegel helps take you through the challenges and milestones you’ll have during your treatment journey.

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Dr. Siegel helps take you through the challenges and milestones you’ll have during your treatment journey.

Honesty is the best policy when speaking with your doctor

Your gastroenterologist should make you feel comfortable about being open when talking with them. To ensure you get the best care, find a doctor that listens to your questions, responds to your concerns, and works with you towards your treatment goals.

Ready for more in-depth information? Learn more in tools & support.

QUESTION FOR YOU

How long have you been diagnosed?

"I'm not diagnosed"

It’s still important to be open about symptoms you might be experiencing.

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"Under a year"

Always stay positive and be proactive. Make sure you know the facts about your condition.

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"1 to 3 years"

Make the most out of every appointment with your specialist.

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"3 to 5 years"

Do you know how inflammation affects you inside the body—and impacts your symptoms?

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"Over 5 years"

Keep treatment conversations open with your specialist and have more productive visits.

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QUESTION FOR YOU

How often do you experience symptoms?

“Daily”

Schedule an appointment with your specialist and make the visit even more productive.

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“Weekly”

Have an open conversation with your specialist. Make the most of your next visit.

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“Monthly”

Make sure that you’re telling your doctor everything they need to know to help you.

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“Rarely”

Did you know that inflammation can affect you—even if you don’t have symptoms?

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Know the basics of Crohn’s or UC

See an overview of facts on Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis (UC)—all on one downloadable page.

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Understand your inflammation

Explore and learn how inflammation affects you with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis (UC)—from inside the body.

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Get a Restroom Request Card* and helpful info

Have a discreet way to ask for access to restricted restrooms if you have symptoms. And get updates, resources, and more sent to your inbox.

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Understand your inflammation

Explore and learn how inflammation affects you with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis (UC)—from inside the body.

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Looking for a gastroenterologist?

Find a gastroenterologist—a doctor who specializes in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (UC)—near you.

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Make the most of your appointments

Our doctor discussion guide can help you talk effectively with your doctor during your visits.

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Is it time make a personalized action plan?

See how much time your disease is impacting you. Answer 5 quick questions and get 3 customized, timely steps to help you and your doctor take action with your disease.

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