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Not all prostatitis: Is bacterial. Perhaps prostate and seminal vesicle congestion may be irritating? We call prostatis when we cannot make a more specific diagnosis, and you suffer irritative effects. Commonly, anti-biotics are used, and anti-inflammatories. But sex, too much or too little, has no established role. Having sex can elevate the psa test, however. ...Read more
Define "enteritis": "enteritis" is a non-specific term that means there is something wrong with your kid's gut. More specifically, the term can be applied to: viral or bacterial gastroenteritis, radiation exposure, eosinophilic disease, tuberculosis involvement, autoimmune problems as with systemic lupus, crohn's disease. If the problem is self-limited worry less than if persistent. Ask doctor for a clear diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inflammation : Enteritis is inflammation of the intestines. Usually it is due to a bacterial or viral infection. Antibiotics are used to treat a bacterial cause. Viral enteritis is generally treated symptomatic ally. Something for nausea if you have nausea /vomiting. Clear liquids for a day and them advance diet as tolerated. Probiotics on the form of yogurt, kefir, fermented food. Diarrhea is generally not trea ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In ER 2 days ago, Enteritis, is this always caused by bug? Worst pain I ever had, is the trapped air the cause of the inflamation itself? On Metronid.
Depends on the cause: Regional Enteritis (Crohns Disease) -fever not a ggod sign and means process not under control. Bacterial enteritis fever should disappear with symptoms. Clostridia difficult toxin enteritis a different problem with recurrences common. Generally persistent fever means an ongoing inflammatory process. ...Read more
Severity: Most viral infections in the intestines are relatively mild and resolve in 1-2 days. Cholera is a bacterial infection that elaborates a toxin causing potentially profound and life threatening diarrhea. Although classically called asiatic cholera, currently 95% of cases are in subsaharan africa. ...Read more
Diagnosed with a viral enteritis two weeks ago. Now I have a grainy, skin colour rash (not red or itchy) on my back, sides of neck and along jawline?
I was told i had enteritis but do not have diareah or vomiting lots of aabdominal pain. Ct showed no blockages. What test should be done next?
Ultrasound may help: Without knowing all your history it is possible that you may have diverticulitis. This can be treated with antibiotics, bowel rest and pain medication. Also, depending on the nature and location of pain you may need an ultrasound. Other blood work may also be necessary. Any recent travel? Since ct is negative, was PO or IV contrast used. This may help with diagnosis as well. See GI doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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