• Pelvic Pressure? Could be Rectocele~ Dr. Margarita Murphy

    Are you suffering from uncomfortable intercourse? Undiagnosed constipation? Difficulty using the bathroom? Unexplained pelvic pressure? You could have rectoceles. Many women have rectoceles but only a small percentage of women have symptoms related to the rectocele. Vaginal symptoms include vaginal bulging, the sensation of a mass in the vagina, pain with intercourse or even something

  • Dr. Margarita Murphy~ Mt. Pleasant Magazine

    Throwback Thursday to Dr. Murphy’s Feature in Mt. Pleasant Magazine (Jan./Feb. 2017) Ever since she can remember, Dr. Margarita Murphy wanted to be a doctor. She pursued her dream with gleeful and dogged persistence and has established herself as one of the leading gastrointestinal surgeons in the Lowcountry. It is no surprise then that Dr.

  • Cranberries are Moving Up on the Health Food List- Dr. Margarita Murphy

    New research is showing a positive link between cranberries and your digestive health with a focus on not PRObiotics but PREbiotics. While cranberries are already at the top of the health food list with an amazing load of antioxidants, low does of calories and links to urinary tract health, improved immune health, lowered blood pressure and more

  • Diabetic Stomach ~ Dr. Margarita Murphy

    23.1 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with diabetes in the last year- many don’t realize the severe gastrointestinal symptoms associated with both Type 1 (making up only 5% of the title) and Type 2 diabetes. “Diabetic stomach”, formally called Gastroparesis, is most common in Type 1 diabetes but also affects those