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Colitis

Also called: Ischemic Colitis

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Hi Have a good read of this from earth clinic, there is some very sound info and why antibiotics are not working now. The link, http://www...
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Hi Well yes they are but found this puts it a lot better than me.Fruits are valuable sources of fiber and nutrients that strengthen your body's...
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ABSOLUTELY, and make sure they do a biopsy....only way I was finally diagnosed with collagenous colitis....best decision ever!!!!
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Following a health lifestyle and eating a nutrient-rich diet can help to manage colitis.  While diet is not a major factor in the inflammatory...
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Colitis is an inflammation of the colon.
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The primary symptom of microscopic colitis is chronic, watery diarrhea . Patients with microscopic colitis can have diarrhea for months or years...
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The treatment of colitis depends on the cause. Often the initial treatment, no matter what the cause of colitis, is to rehydrate the patient and...
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Patient historyDiagnosis of colitis and its causes always begins with the taking of the patient's history. The information the patient provides helps...
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Colitis is inflammation of the inner lining of the colon and is associated with diarrhea, pain, and blood in the stool. There are numerous reasons...
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Inflammation of the colon causes the muscle layers to go into intermittent spasm and cause cramp-like pain, which is pain that comes and goes. The...
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Diarrhea is a common symptom, is usually self limited, and usually requires only supportive care, rest, and clear fluids until it resolves. If the...
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Patients with infectious diarrhea tend to get better relatively quickly with supportive care. Most infections will resolve with or without specific...
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Cryptitis is a term that is used to describe one of the abnormalities that is seen under the microscope when tissue from the small intestinal or...
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Collagenous colitis is a type of inflammatory bowel disease of the colon. On sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy the bowel lining appears to be normal but...
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It has been reported in many studies that cigarette smoking causes Crohn's disease to become worse yet causes ulcerative colitis to become better...
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