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Having problem in ileitis. Taking mesacol. Underweight. How to maintain good phisical body?

i have a problem in my intestine called as ilietis my doctor told me to eat 2 tablets of mesacol regularly for life time so this will make many sideeffects so what can i do to maintane good phisical body what should i do ??? because i am under...
 

Stool test done, chronic nonspecific ileitis, no evidence of granuloma. Is it ulcerative colitis or just an internal piles?

,histocytes and karyorrhectic debris.Submucosal lyumphoid follicels are hyperplastic. Impression CHRONIC NONSPECIFIC ILEITIS ...
 

Child having bloated stomach, flatulence, loose stool, has lump under the rib cage. Diagnosed with ileitis. Normal ultrasound. What could the lump be?

hi i am very concerned my daughter is 4 she has had a bloated stomach and lots of gas and lose stool and normal colo ur stool but no vomitting, fever , and doesnt complain of pain and she has lost some weight i went to the doctor and they said it...
 

What does "sublte mural thickening in terminal ileum" mean?

-specific ileitis . my questions to you are- 1. what this impression actually means? what is the status of my ...
 

Prescribed Prednisone, Ciprofloxacin for Crohn s. Worsening discomfort in stomach. What to do ?

i was just diagnosed with ileitis and partial small bowel obstruction . I guess also know as crohn s. I have been prescribed prednisone,ciprofloxacin,metronidazole,sucralfate. I have been ...
 

What causes dizziness and fatigue while having low platelet and hemoglobin count?

hi I recently went to the hospital less than a month ago and they drew some blood was experiencing watery diarrhea did a colonoscopy and they found ileitis. When they drew my blood they found low ...
 

Colonoscopy found terminal of the ileum examined and shows few erosions. Take capsule endoscopy?

and shows few erosions. HISTOPATHALOGY Report says: Diagnosis: Chronic Non-specific ileitis. Again ...
 

Treatment?

hello Dr my name is XXXXXXX from the last month i noticed that..............i am really worried about this...kindly answer soon
 

Is there any treatment for lipoma?

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Stool cells resulted with puss cells. Biopsy showed chronic non specific ileitis. Is it an ulcerative colitis or piles?

,histocytes and karyorrhectic debris.Submucosal lyumphoid follicels are hyperplastic. Impression CHRONIC NONSPECIFIC ILEITIS ... to be operated,Hence i started consulting homeopathy treatment now.please advise wat need to be done from me I am ...
 

What causes crohn's ileitis in children?

ilium, biopsy revealed no Crohn's Disease so gastroenterologist has diagnosed ileitis . There is 5 ... are on both sides of the groin. My question is, is the ileitis the cause of all symptoms or is it just another ...
 

Bloos report says non-specific ileitis with significant eosinophilic infiltrates. Does this rule out Crohns ?

cells including several eosinophils. Pathological diagnosis - Non - specific ileitis with significant eosinophilic infiltrates. Does this rule out Crohns? what is non specific ileitis and how can non specific ...
 

Spondylosis detected in MRI after a fall, Bilateral sacral ileitis present. Severe pain in the lower back

ILEITIS . BILATERAL MILD OA AT THE SUPERIOR ASPECTS OF THE ACETABULOFEMORAL ARTICULATIONS IS SEEN ...
 

Colonoscopy showed ulcers in terminal ileum, Biopsy shows non-specific ileitis with eosinophilic infiltrates. Can Crohns disease be ruled out?

several eosinophils. Pathological diagnosis - Non - specific ileitis with significant eosinophilic ...
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