and bipsy findings suggest a very mild form of
"Colitis" and appears to be affecting a small area. I know we have
to consider Crohn's because of the location. Biopsy
not show typical findings of Crohn's. It is possible to have non-specific
findings during very early stages of ulcerative colitis
which is the other
major form of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Extended Release Tablets are for colitis and the dose
is appropriate. Mebiz is to control spasms of the stomach and
intestines and I personally would not recommend that class of drugs
when you have colitis. Sometimes it can cause more complication
such as "Toxic Megacolon" (Due to slowing down the contractions).
As for Esomeprazole
, again it is a PPI and works in most people if
they have symptomatic GERD related to excess acidity. If your reflux
problem is not due to that, PPI s don't work. If you are not getting
any relief, I don't see any reason to continue the same.
Flunil is an anti-depressant medication and I am not sure if you were
put on this for depression
. But, I don't see any problem taking a PPI
such as Esomeprazole with Flunil.
I hope that your colitis gets under control very quickly and you feel
I wish you well.