Doctor insights on: Home remedies for colon pain
Fiber: Most young people without any colon disease, such as inflammatory bowel disease, have irritable bowel disease or lactose intolerance. The treatment for ibd is increasing dietary fiber with whole wheat bran or psyllium seed products. Lactose intolerance is treated by avoiding dairy products. Try taking metamucil or an equivalent product. If there is no improvement, see your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to relieve colon pain? I have a pain spot on the edge of my left side. No other symptoms. I suspect that it's colon. What can I do?
Left side pain: Left sided abdominal pain may indicate a gas pocket, which is common in the splenic flexure of the colon. Such a pain may indicate constipation. And such pain may indicate diverticulitis. Be aware if you have fever. If so, see your doctor right away. Be aware if you may be constipated. Relief with a gentle laxative, such as milk of magnesia or citrate of magnesia or Miralax (polyethylene glycol) will help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there a homemade solution to use by enema method to soothe my colon pain? Colonoscopy messed me up badly.
Wouldn't go there!: Humans are not designed to have people create homemade solutions to send up the butt. A G.I. Specialist can help, along with a primary care doctor. There may be approved enemas out there, but their effects and their side effects on a particular patient (and his or her underlying medical issues) should be carefully considered before venturing into enema territory. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What colon scenarios might exist with mild almost constant descending colon pain. Neg stool for blood and wb, no diarr. Ever, consipation 1st bm/day?
What can give you colon pain, mild but fairly constant, especially if you push on the descending colon with matter in it? I have bloody stool or dia.
Bloody diarrhea: Warrants urgent medical evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had severe ovarian mid cycle pain & left colon pain with 101 temp. Cbc 25000wbc and neutro88.after 12days antibio wbc 13.2, the rest is normal! Y??
What's your question: Unable to ascertasin what you want to know??? ...Read more
Ct with oral, iv&rectal contrast. All normal. Severe ovulation & left colon pain with thin stool. Wbc25, neutroph88.aft12day antibio wbc13& normal neutro??
Infection: You had infection somewhere, if the CT scan of the abdomen revealed normal colon anatomy, the source of infection could be from another site, may be pelvic inflammation, urinary tract and so on. Seem like responded to antibiotic. If symptoms cleared, probably watchful monitoring is acceptable. ...Read more
2weeks ago I felt left side colon pain of10.It released and a warmth ran down my insides. Terrible bloating after eating now. Sore. Toxic megacolon?
Be checked. ..: As long as still able to pass gas & move bowel and without history of inflammatory bowel diseases (ulcerative colitis or Chrohn's disease), the odd to have toxic megacolon is low. Nonetheless, make sure to be evaluated ASAP without trying to wait out. How to have all related things for good care done correctly? Follow steps / instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Is a colonoscopy really necessary at this age, doc wants one because 1 yr+ abdominal pain/ bloating and reflux has now progressed to colon pain/cpated?
What can give full colon pain (mild and more painful to touch before bowel mvmt) but have no bloody stool and no diarrhea?
What can cause colon pain (no blood, no diarrhea) after doing triple therapy & omeprazole for h pylori? Just left side/LLQ.
I have colon pain. No bloody stool, no diarrhea, just like an ache and some sharp pain here and there, mostly left side. What could it be?
See GI or colorectal: There can be several causes of localized left sided pain, including colonic reasons, but also urinary causes such as a kidney stone. Unless you have had an evaluation such as colonoscopy, one cannot eliminate causes such as colitis or inflammatory bowel disease. Diverticulitis can cause localized symptoms. In addition, once these are ruled out, irritable bowel disorders can also lead to spasm. ...Read more
Have ibs-c and continuous intestinal and colon pain, anxiety. Celexa (citalopram) and antispasmodics don't help with pain. Suggestions/alternatives?
See your doctor: I'd go back to my doctor until he/she finds the right potion for my symptoms. You may want to consider a second opinion. ...Read more
Ascending colon pain age 21 change in bowel habits and no anemia went to the er three times and everything clear. Scared it might be Colon cancer.
Agree with Dr. KATAKKAR. It is unlikely that you have colon cancer. However, the issue is not suitable for ER. You need to see your primary care provider and let her/him decide if a referral to a gastroenterologist is warranted.
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Upper abdominal pain left/ middle/right and kidneys. Hida scan normal, ultrasound normal for gallbladder. Still in pain and now colon pain fever 101?
ABD PAIN & FEVER: It is very important to separate the location of the pain from its cause. Abd pain & fever may arise from many, many different diseases, not just limited to the gallbladder, kidney, or colon. Rx hinges upon finding the cause, which requires a thorough medical history and exam +/- labs +/- ct scan +/- colonoscopy. Please see a primary care doctor or gastroenterologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer