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Colonitis: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

  1. An inflammation of the colon is called 'colitis'. The medical name for colitis is 'colitis'. The symptoms of colitis are abdominal pain and diarrhea. Other symptoms that may occur include: blood in the stool; tenesmus or painful and spasmodic urge to defecate (defecate); the abdominal pain comes in waves and after the diarrhea it subsides; there may also be constant pain; fever (elevation), chills, and possibly other signs of infection and inflammation, depending on the cause of the colitis.

What is colitis or colitis?

  1. Colitis

Acute and chronic colitis

  1. Colonitis can be acute and chronic. An acute colitis often results from an infection. In case of chronic intestinal inflammation

Complaints and symptoms of colitis or colitis

  1. In general, colitis will usually be accompanied by stomach pain and bloody or watery diarrhea

Examination and diagnosis

  1. Depending on the medical history (interview with the doctor). your medical history and physical exam, further testing may be required to find the cause of colitis. This may include blood tests, urine and stool tests, colonoscopy

Prevention

  1. Infectious colitis

Forecast

  1. Determining the cause of colitis allows for a more targeted therapy and that provides favorable prospects. The sooner Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are treated, the lower the risk of serious complications. Limiting the use of antibiotics has reduced the number of resistant bacteria that can cause infectious diarrhea. There are initiatives worldwide to improve access to clean water, and adequate hygiene is arguably the single most important way to save lives.

  2. Determining the cause of colitis allows for a more targeted therapy and that provides favorable prospects. The sooner Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are treated, the lower the risk of serious complications. Limiting the use of antibiotics has reduced the number of resistant bacteria that can cause infectious diarrhea. There are initiatives worldwide to improve access to clean water, and adequate hygiene is arguably the most important way to save lives.



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