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Can You See Yeast On Colonoscopy
Extreme itch after all food no rash.Colonoscopy endoscopy thryoid blood(full) abdominal CT contrast brain MRI urine 4 yeast clean hysterectmy 6yr ago?
Perhaps food allergy: To find out which food is causing the itch, you will probably need an allergist. You can try an elimination diet, food skin tests or blood tests for food to narrow down what you are eating that you are allergic to. If it happens after every meal, it is likely to be a staple food like wheat, milk or egg, so you are being exposed every time you eat. Quantities that seem small are huge to your cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Suffering w/ GERD 6 months & diagnosed w/candida 3 yrs ago after colonoscopy which was never treated. Can there be a link?
Unlikely: Gerd and esophageal candida are usually unrelated. Gerd means that acid is escaping the stomach and leaks up into the esophagus. Stomach acid generally kills the yeast in the esophagus that causes candida. If you have been taking antibiotics, steroids (prednisone), or other immunosuppressants, then this is likely the cause of the esophageal candida. ...Read more
Could chronic IBS, occasional achy joints/face rash be result of candida? Low (1.5) neutrophils, other white cells normal. Colonoscopy norm, no fever.
No: Listen, man. If you buy into this "candida" cult, you will never, ever feel well again. They'll persuade you that you have an incurable illness that needs constant, intensive, varying management, and will get you focused on it to the detriment of the things you need to do to enjoy life. This level of neuts isn't dangerous and is probably just you. Manage your IBS and get on with your life. ...Read more
Saw GI for positive iFOB test who scheduled upperGI/colonoscopy. Given that I'm young, I don't see why this is necessary unless things worsen?
You should proceed: if this is your doctor's recommendation. Likelihood of finding a pathological condition that requires treatment is low b/c of your age, but it is not zero. ...Read more
Fissure&hemerhoid pain much worse after colonoscopy, can the scope going in make these conditions worse? Dr cant see me until august to give results
Painful condition: The colonoscopy should not cause a measurable worsening of your condition, but the procedure may cause temporary irritation and a transient increase in pain. The underlying problem may be getting worse, though, so if the worsening persists, tell your doctor or seek additional care. ...Read more
Rarely probably: Taenia solium is a tape worm humans get from eating poorly cooked pork. The primary site is the small intestine but they can grow to 6 or 7 feet in length so i would assume they often extend into the colon and could be seen on colonoscopy. I have never seen one on colonoscopy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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