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Vom &diarrhoea 5/6 weeks. Rif pain, spasms, u/s shows mesenteric adenitis, distended bowel loops moderate fluid in rif. Is this anything more than m/a?
Not normal: it is not normal for anybody at any age to be sick for 5-6weeks. Ultrasound showing something. The patient needs an immediate intervention,that will start with IV fluid, keeping her stomach at rest,stop the vomiting,analyze the stool to find the reason for the diarrhea,work up the patient to find explanation for the ultrasound finding.mesenteric adenitis is a reaction to some infection where ? ...Read more
Inflammation: Mesenteric adenitis is a condition whereby an infection (usually a bacteria) causes inflammation that affects an area of the intestine. In particular the lymph nodes near the intestine become inflamed. It can be diagnosed by specialized tests or stool culture, and in most cases resolves without special treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wait a while.: Mesenteric lymphadenitis is a painful viral syndrome that causes nausea, vomiting and anorexia indistinguishable from appendicitis in some cases. As this uncomfortable, i would recommend bedrest until resolution of acute symptoms and in consultation with yout doctor. School can wait! ...Read more
My 11 year old son was diagnosed with mesenteric adenitis, how can I treat the pain. Heat doesn't help?
Abdominal pain: How was the diagnosis confirmed? Blood tests, scan, or only on physical exam? This disease is most often caused by some infectious process, but can mimic such other problems as acute appendicitis. There are other things that cause acute abdominal pain, as well. Most importantly, be sure appendicitis has been excluded. If not, see a surgeon or go to er immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
M.D told me that mesenteric adenitis is the result of a "chronic appendicitis" ....Your thoughts please?
I was diagnosed with mesenteric adenitis what is the quickest way to get over this? Also will it cause me to not digest food properly?
Mesenteric adenitis: This condition, where the lymph nodes in the abdomen are swollen, does not have a specific "cure", and thus not really any specific ways to get over it "quickest". You have to go with the old fashioned advice of getting extra rest, reducing stress, increase water intake. And yes, because the inflammation of the nodes occurs close to the intestines, it is not unusual for digestion problems to occur. ...Read more
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