Can you use ketone liquid when you have ulcerative colitis?

Not studied. If you have ulcerative colitis and have very few flare ups then try to stay healthy. Avoid probiotic over the counters. Avoid medications that have not been fully evaluated. Inflammatory bowel disease is an autoimmune disease that we still don't fully understand and using meds that could cause a flare up won't help. See your GI doc before any herbal or supplemental therapy.
If UC is quiet. This appears to be a safe supplement to take for uc patients. As long as your uc is currently under good control, i see no harm in it. What do you use it for?

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Can you have ulcerative colitis without bleeding?

If mild. Please see this excellent information from nih about ulcerative colitis: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001296/. Read more...
Yes but rare. Yes you can have uc without bleeding but this is one the most common symptoms. If you have had a biopsy, this should be diagnostic. Read more...
Yes. Uc is complicated and many other diseases can imitate uc. You want a GI expert for your trouble. Good luck. Read more...

Is it bad to drink alcohol if you have ulcerative colitis?

YES. Ulcerative colitis has much to do with the brain/body relationship. For every message that goes from the brain to the bowel there are 9 messages that go from the bowel to the brain. Diet affecting brain function has an important part in the disease. Read more...

Can you have ulcerative colitis so mild that you dont even know you have it?

Anything possible. Short answer is yes, long answer is if you have family history of IBD (Irritable Bowel Diseases) like UC (ulcerative colitis) or Crohn's, you should definitely see a gastroenterologist as you may need screening studies. Symptoms are usually more evident when the inflammation is bad enough (blood in stool /per rectum + abd pain/discomfort). . Read more...
Degrees of severity. Yes. UC can go into remission, usually with the aid of medications but sometimes on its own. It is still very important to follow closely with your gastroenterologist even if asymptomatic as flares can still occur and you will need periodic colonoscopy to ensure no polyps or cancer. . Read more...

How do you if you have ulcerative colitis or just the stomach flu?

No stomach flu. There is no "stomach flu." this is a common misconception, unfortunately perpetuated by some physicians. Influenza is flu. It's a serious illness that kills up to 40, 000 people in this country every year. Stomach viruses, or gastroenteritis, are illnesses that involve vomiting and diarrhea, sometimes fever etc... Stomach viruses go away. Ulcerative colitis doesn't. That's how you know. Read more...
Ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative colitis can be relatively easy to diagnose because it normally affects only the colon and rectum and usually causes an obvious change in daily bowel habits, such as frequent stools containing blood or mucus. Your doctor will conduct a medical history and physical exam before doing other tests. Read more...

How to deal with ulcerative colitis?

Medications. The best way to deal with the symptoms of UC (abdominal pain, diarrhea, poor appetite, bloody stools) is to take UC medications that decrease the inflammation in your colon. Some medications are delivered by mouth, others by enema, and others by IV or injection. The types of medications that are appropriate for you should be discussed with your GI doctor. . Read more...
Medications. ? Re how treat Ulcerative Colitis, UC. See a Gastroenterologist who specializes in UC. If symptoms persist despite therapies, ask the doctor if he would approve of the use of Cannabis. Do not use if he disapproves, and see a Cannabis Medicinal Consultant if he does approve. I have treated UC patients who have reported benefit from Cannabis. . Read more...

Can whipworms treat ulcerative colitis?

Ulcerative colitis. Whipworms have been suggested as a potential treatment. See www.Scientificamerican.Com/article.Cfm?Id=helminthic-therapy-mucus. Read more...
Ongoing research. There is a lot of promising data that looks at whip worms but also other living organisms like bacteria in making a difference in ulcerative colitis and crohn's disease. The data are still preliminary in my mind and are not ready for prime time, mostly because we do not fully understand the biology behind why they help people. Read more...