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How is diverticulitis disease typically treated?

How is diverticulitis disease typically treated?

Diverticulitis that: Is the infected condition of diverticulosis is treated with bowel rest and antibiotics. Once pain, fever and white blood cell count return to normal we start a liquid diet and gradually advance to a low residue diet which should be maintained for 4-6 weeks to allow the colon inflammation to completely resolve. If multiple episodes elective surgery may be appropriate to avoid further complications. ...Read more

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Dr. Victor Fazio
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Ileitis (Definition)

Ileitis = inflammation of the ileum (the last part ...Read more


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Best cure for acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivities?

Best cure for acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivities?

Proper Oral Hygiene: You definitely need to see a dentist. Depending on the severity you may need an extensive type of cleaning and debridement of your gums. That must be followed up with proper brushing and flossing to achieve proper oral health. ...Read more

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How is esophageal diverticulitis treated?

How is esophageal diverticulitis treated?

Diverticulitis: tge esophagus can have diverticuli but usually in one of two locations. They are both treated surgically. Diverticulitis is an infection of the diverticuli and that usually happens in the colon and not the esophagus. May need more details here ...Read more

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Does penicillin induced pseudomembranous colitis go away by itself with further antibiotics?

Does penicillin induced pseudomembranous colitis go away by itself with further antibiotics?

No: Clostridium difficile colitis seldom if ever resolves without treatment and can be potentially life-threatening. One of the major complications of therapy with antibiotics, and where possible, discontinuance of the antibiotics inducing the illness with aid substantially in the success of therapy against it. ...Read more

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How quickly should treatment start for diffuse large b cell lymphoma?

How quickly should treatment start for diffuse large b cell lymphoma?

Fairly quickly: This is a very fast growing disease which in most cases has already caused some damage before it is discovered. It is important to quickly stage the disease and then begin treatment. Your oncologist will know how much time can pass before you start treatment. Everyone is different in this respect and sometimes life's issues (graduations, weddings) can be worked around..And sometimes not. ...Read more

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Can antibiotics completely heal subacute appendicitis?

Maybe: In england and japan, many cases of appendicitis are treated with antibiotics only and the patient never has an appendix surgery. They report that less than 20% need surgery at a later date. In the us, surgery with antibiotics is the most common treatment for appendicitis. Sometimes a ruptured appendicitis with abscess is treated by ct scan guided drainage first. ...Read more

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Can a stasis ulcer recur after treatment?

Can a stasis ulcer recur after treatment?

Yes: Yes. If the underlying venous insufficiency was not addressed then a recurrence will occur. Another reason is non-compliance with the use of compression socks/wraps. ...Read more

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What's the fastest treatment for chronic radiation colitis?

What's the fastest treatment for chronic radiation colitis?

Fastest or best?: Once present there are not any perfect treatments. Oral steroids may help for severe flares but long term success is limited. Removing the colon is the only true cure of colitis. Other than that treatment of symptoms is all that can be done. ...Read more

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If antibiotic resistance develops in treatment for Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis, what are remaining treatment options?

If antibiotic resistance develops in treatment for Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis, what are remaining treatment options?

Different antibiotic: The mainstay in the treatment of chronic bacterial prostatitis (CBP) is the use of oral antimicrobial agents. The most effective medications are fluoroquinolones and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TMP-SMZ). In cases where antibiotics do not clear up the infection or there is recurrence, surgery may remove a nidus (nest) of infection. ...Read more

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Can penicillin induced pseudomembranous colitis go away by itself ?

I don't know: The details, but this condition is a specific diagnosis that requires a special test. In general it also requires treatment with specific antibiotics because it is an infection caused by c. Difficile. Talk to your doctor who made the diagnosis what he considers best treatment for your condition. ...Read more

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How quickly should pelvic inflammatory disease be treated?

How quickly should pelvic inflammatory disease be treated?

See below: Any infection should be treated as soon as possible unless there is some extraneous circumstance prohibiting treatment. ...Read more

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Does nonbacterial prostatitis go away without treatment?

Does nonbacterial prostatitis go away without treatment?

Yes: Yes by avoiding caffeine and consuming a bland non-spicy diet. Avoid stress and try nice long sitz baths. ...Read more

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Will Mesenteric Panniculitis go away without treatment? Any known treatments without medication or surgery?

Will Mesenteric Panniculitis go away without treatment? Any known treatments without medication or surgery?

Not known: There is no standard treatment regimen.The first stage, when fat necrosis occurs, many physicians recommend no treatment. Individuals with no symptoms are not treated. Monitored to see whether the disorder progresses (watch and wait). In some cases, the disease may remain at this stage for years or even regress or go away on its own. ...Read more

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Spastic colon treatment to get relief right away?

Spastic colon treatment to get relief right away?

Diet and fluids: And probiotics seem to help if patient is compliant. Eat a high fiber diet, regular meal times and portions and drink 80-100 oz of caffeine free, alcohol free fluid daily. ...Read more

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Can antibiotic caused ulcertive colitis be cured thru natural remedies?

Yes and No: Ulcerative colitis is not caused by antibiotics. Clostridium difficile pseudomembraneous colitis is caused by antibiotics altering the bowel flora and allowing overgrowth of toxin producing c.Difficile. Oral vancomycin or Flagyl to kill off the c.Difficile is the main treatment. Probiotics such as vsl#3 (10 cups of yogert bacteria in 1 capsule) or flora-stor (saccromyces boulardii) can help. ...Read more

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After ulcerative colitis jpouch surgery is it norm to get acute artheritis?

After ulcerative colitis jpouch surgery is it norm to get acute artheritis?

Arthritis : Acute arthritis after j pouch surgery for ulcerative colitis is seen in a small number of patients. Though not very common it is reported and can affect multiple joints or few joints. ...Read more

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How can ulcerative colitis be treated?

How can ulcerative colitis be treated?

Ulcerative colitis: Initial treatment of ulcerative colitis involves medications similar to Aspirin which work to reduce the inflammation of the colon. For acute episodes steroids may also be used. For patients who do not respond to medical treatment or develop intestinal obstruction, rupture, uncontrollable bleeding, or severe infection, surgery may be needed. ...Read more

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Infectious colitis...Is a colonoscopy needed or can medications/diets cure it.?

Infectious colitis...Is a colonoscopy needed or can medications/diets cure it.?

CAUSE?: Do you know the cause of the infection? If you know the cause of the infection- you might be able to just treat it. If you dont know the cause, doing a colonoscopy might be helpful to get tissue samples and get further evaluations under the microscope. For example, if its a virus- the particular virus might help determine a tailored treatment. How do you know its INFECTIOUS? ...Read more

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Please describe the most effective way to treat ulcerative colitis?

Paleo diet helps: The best way to improve colitis is by stopping high carb foods (grains, lentils, potatoes based items). Avoid nightshades (peppers, tomatoes, eggs) and milk protein since they cause inflammation Healthy foods: fish, meats, vegetables, avocados, some saturated fat (butter, coconut oil), olive oil are very effective. Probonix, vitD3 10k IU/day. You should feel a difference in 1-4 months ...Read more

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Will primary sclerosing cholangitis kill me?

Will primary sclerosing cholangitis kill me?

Yes: It is a disease that slowly progresses and eventually without treatment leads to hepatic failure which has a very high mortality rate. ...Read more