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Remedies For Colonic Inertia
RLQ pain for 4wks.I had xray in ER it showed stool in RLQ. Colonic Inertia? Why would stool build there. dr. was not worried. She said just go to GI.
Normal: Its completely normal to see stool in the RLQ. It doesn't mean it is built up in that location, more likely passing through. Constipation may or may not be contributing to pain, but the role of the ER is to rule out potential emergent causes. Now you need to follow up with your regular doctor (or GI) to assess for less emergent causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had RLQ pain for 4 wks I had a x-ray today it showed stool in RLQ. Colonic Inertia? Should i worry. Why would stool there cause me pain? :(
Common things...: I often recommend a daily regimen of a fiber laxative such as Benefiber (R) taken twice daily with a cathartic such as Miralax (polyethylene glycol) (R) taken at bedtime on the days that the person hasn't had a bowel movement. This has to be started AFTER doing a bowel cleanse such as might be done prior to a colonoscopy. If constipation is a chronic issue, despite the above, then a colonoscopy might be appropriate. ...Read more
Had colectomy 10/12. Severe colonic inertia. Dad had 9" removed of colon same issue. Muscles & nerves bad. Any connection? Ibs in family both sides. Can there be a genetic connection?
Have Ehlers Danlos, Gastroparesis and colonic Inertia. Ulcers in mouth and throat, bloody stool,post refeeding Synd. Is this part of gut dysmotility??
Colon issues: It sounds like your colon was measured during your colonoscopy done to evaluate constipation right? No surgical intervention is required for your long colon unless the doctor saw bnormalities or pathology during your colonoscopy. You can manage your constipation by eating high fiber, fruits, drinking plenty of water daily, avoiding meat, occasionally using an otc or prescribed laxative. ...Read more
Perforated colon: A perforated colon (pc) is a surgical emergency and needs to be treated as soon as possible. It can lead to death unless treated promptly. The consequences are death and sepsis, infection, due to the release of bacteria in the colon into the peritoneal space. With early repair and appropriate antibiotics, the patient with a pc may recover. Good luck. ...Read more
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