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Can ulcerative proctitis cause severe inflammation?

Yes. It in general can be a severe illness due to one of many causes, such as ulcerative colitis, crohn's diseases, or severe infections. Read more...
Yes. Proctitis by definition is inflammation of the rectum. May be caused by infection, trauma, or idiopathic as in ulcerative proctitis or crohn's disease. Best to be seen by a GI or colorectal doctor. Read more...

What are the early symptoms of ulcerative proctitis?

Proctitis. Proctitis by definition is inflammation of the rectum of any cause. As you'd expect, defecation becomes painful & stool is usually mixed with pus, frank blood, &/ or clots. Proctitis may be due to inflammatory bowel disease, chemical or mechanical trauma, infection, ischemia of the rectosigmoid junction. Investigation at minimum requires at least sigmoidoscopy with biopsy & stool analysis. Read more...

Is there any treatment for ulcerative proctitis?

Yes. There are several treatments available for proctitis the most effective of which is probably Mesalamine suppositories or enemas. Read more...
Yes. First need to confirm this is the only area of involvement. Then Canasa suppositories or Rowasa (mesalamine) enemas along with oral Mesalamine med should resolve in most cases.This should be followed by a GI doctor or colorectal surgeon for recurrence and maintenance therapy as well as cancer screening. Read more...

Any treatments for ulcerative proctitis in homeopathy?

Yes. This is a difficult illness that requires collaboration between your gastroenterologist and a skilled classical homeopath. But yes, i've seen homeopathy avail healing in ulcerative colitis/proctitis when standard treatments were not working. It's not "this remedy for proctitis", but need to understand you at a deep enough level that the individual way you suffer, becomes clear. Then can prescribe. Read more...

What are the tests for ulcerative proctitis?

Proctitis. Proctitis by definition is inflammation of the rectum of any cause. As you'd expect, defecation becomes painful & stool is usually mixed with pus, frank blood, &/ or clots. Proctitis may be due to inflammatory bowel disease, chemical or mechanical trauma, infection, ischemia of the rectosigmoid junction. Investigation at minimum requires at least sigmoidoscopy with biopsy & stool analysis. Read more...

For ulcerative proctitis which suppository is the best? And for how long should take the treatment? Permanently or temporarily? Thanks..

Several responses. I am not sure how or who is treating your proctitis but the common treatment is the mesalamine which is in a suppository form although can take orally as well. Non steroid treatment this is good overall. Of course steroid treatment can work well but that is only if this does not work. The treatment is for usually 6 to 8 weeks but depends on your disease. Sometimes permanent as well.Hope this helps. Read more...