How to b in remission in ulcerative colitis?

Ulcerative colitis. This is a a chronic inflammatory bowel problem. However for many people can be kept in check. Keep touch with your GI physician if you need specific mess. Ulcerative colitis can also be controlled with regular exercise, right diet and good sleep. You may find some extra help with a good diet check into Immunolabs at Thedocstu.blogspot.com.

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What would show up on early ulcerative colitis biopsy? Seems like remission?

Inflammation. An early ulcerative colitis biopsy would should acute inflammation, some of which may be in the form of "crypt abscesses" or small groups of acute inflammatory cells called neutrophils. It is important to keep regular visits to your doctor over the years because untreated ulcerative colitis can lead to premalignant (dysplasia) and malignant (cancer) changes. These can be found by colonscopy. Read more...

I have ulcerative colitis and my GI wants me to seea dermatologist. I have no symptoms and am in remission. Is this necessary?

Ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative colitis can be debilitating and sometimes can lead to life-threatening complications. Because ulcerative colitis is a chronic condition, symptoms usually develop over time, rather than suddenly. You would also not want to see a dermatologist for this condition since it pertains to your digestive tract. I recommend seeing a regular doctor first so they can rule out other possibilities :]. Read more...
Maybe. Ibd (inflammatory bowel disease) may be associated with certain dermatological conditions. Also, if you're taking certain medications, there may be an increased risk for certain type of malignancies. I would assume your dr. Just being thorough but hopefully you have a good enough relationship that you can ask why the referral. Read more...

I have ulcerative colitis (remission w/humira) and have been very gassy and crampy lately?

See your doctor. Unfortunately you have to stay ahead of any symptoms once you have had UC. Give your treating doctor a call to discuss your symptoms and any side effects from any of the medications you take or if your diet changed recently. You may have a history of getting those symptoms with some foods. Feel better soon. Read more...

Hi Doctor, my girlfriend wants to perform anal sex on me but I have ulcerative colitis, I'm in remission but is it safe?

Still use precaution. Should still use the usual precautions as per standard (condoms, dental dam etc). May be uncomfortable and you need to be very sure you are in remission/have that verified by your doctor otherwise you may have some contact bleeding and be at increased risk of other injuries. I suggest a consultation with your GP who has your records prior to your sexual activity. Read more...
Here are some... Do you want to get a professional blessing for anal sex? In reality, no one can offer such; anal sex is known to be a factor increasing risk for STD or unwanted hurting. The only way to avoid unwanted consequence is do not do it. So, you decide your own behavior as long as being willing to be responsible for what you do. In general, I recommend to avoid it; yet, you decide. Read more...

I have ulcerative colitis in remission. Can I use topical Voltarol gel containing Diclofenac for a painful hamstring strain?

Yes. You should be able to use the transdermal anti-inflammatories without too much of a problem. These medications commonly caused your Tatian of the G.I. tract but not if transmitted through the skin. Read more...