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What does my colonoscopy report indicate? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 02-May-2014
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User:Hi doctor
User:Hi Doctor, Yesterday i have gone Colonoscopy test and below are findings. Indication:- Chronic Diarrhea Illeum :- Terminal Ileal Erosions- Biopsy taken to look for Infective/Inflammatory Bowel disease Rectum :- Grade1 Internoexternal Haemorrhoids with Healed Fissure in Ano Caecum, Ascending colon, Transverse colon , Descending colon ,Sigmoid colon :- Normal
User:Biopsy Report
Please proceed with your query
User:the above is my colonoscopy report
User:Biopsy Report
User:Specimen:- Ileal Biposy
Doctor:I have read through it
Doctor:please proceed
User:Macroscopic Description :- Received 4 grey white mucosal bits ranging in size from 0.2 to 0.3 cms. Entire tissue processed
User:Microscopic Description:- Ileal biposy shows normal villi with crypts showing occasional foci of mucin depletion. The lamina propria is unremarkable.
User:There are no granulomas
User:Diagnosis/ Comments:- Ileal biopsy is within normal limits
User:Now after going through my colonoscopy and biopsy reports Please suggest me 1) Solution for above 2) Is it curable with medicines 100% 3) Diet (what to avoid and what to take more)
Doctor:I have noted all that you have told above
Doctor:In my opinion,you do not have a problem
Doctor:1) Solution for above - the report is normasl
Doctor:There is no problem to be treated
Doctor:2) Is it curable with medicines 100% - you will have to improve the intestinal immunity by consuming probiotics on a daily basis
Doctor:3) Diet (what to avoid and what to take more) - avoid high fatty spicy and oily food
User:But what does this mean can u plz explain
Doctor:Take more of fruits and vegetables
Doctor:It means the intestines are normal
Doctor:What is seen on your report is seen in normal individual
Doctor:Ileal biposy shows normal villi with crypts showing occasional foci of mucin depletion. The lamina propria is unremarkable.
Doctor:This is the normal expected report on a ileal biopsy
Doctor:So, your report is normasl
User:ok but colonoscopy shows Rectum :- Grade1 Internoexternal Haemorrhoids with healed fissure in Ano
User:Indication:- Chronic diarrhea
Doctor:Means, Infective/Inflammatory Bowel disease is ruled out
Doctor:So is tubeculosis of the intestines
Doctor:healed fissure in Ano is old finding
Doctor:nothing needs to be done for that now
Doctor:Grade1 Internoexternal Haemorrhoids is minimal finding
User:can u plz elaborate more on healed fissure in ano is it a problem / normal finding?
Doctor:Grade I hemorrhoids are treated with conservative medical therapy and avoidance of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and spicy or fatty foods
User:so it means that its a problem and normal right?
Doctor:healed fissure in ano is not a problem
User:do i need surgery for that/can it be cured with normal medicnes and how much time it takes to cure?
Doctor:it is healed and old problem
Doctor:You do not need medicines for any of your report findings now
User:that means now i dont have any problem callied fissures ??
Doctor:You just have to take probiotics like Sporlac or Darolac
Doctor:You can also take yoghurt and Yakult on a daily basis
User:since it is already healed am i right?
Doctor:No, you dont have any problem callied fissures
Doctor:yes, you are right
User:ok probiotics/yog hurt for howmany days i have to take?
Doctor:Take daily for minimum of 3 months
User:ok but u said i dont need medicines for any of the report findings?
User:probiotics/ yog hurt are for what?
Doctor:They are not medicines to cure something
Doctor:Yes, probiotics are just health supplements
User:ok but daily for around 2 hrs am getting heavy motion sense in between evening to night
User:more than motion sense i can say its air sensation in ano
Doctor:It could be because of incomplete evacuation of the bowel
User:can u plz suggest solution and diet what i have to avoid
User:daily i wl pass normal motion but twice in a week i am getting 2nd time
Doctor:Take bland diet
Doctor:do not eat outside food at all
Doctor:take more of veggies and fruits
Doctor:avoid spicy oily fatty food
Doctor:When you pass stools, give it time and make sure you empty whole of your bowel
Doctor:Do not hurry up
User:can i take non veg once in a week?
Doctor:I do not see a major health issue
Doctor:No, at least for 3 months
User:ok that means should i stop taking non veg for atleast 3 months?
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:and in the chat u mentioned"So is tubeculosis of the intestines"
Doctor:that is ruled out too since there are no granulomas seen
User:can u plz scroll up and see this sentance context i did not got it
User:ok thats fine thanks alot for your time & patience doctor
Doctor:my pleasure
Doctor:shall we end the chat now?
User:yes doctor thanks again and bye bye....:):)
Doctor:Bye bye
User:1 minute plz
Doctor:take care
Doctor:tell me
User:What is chronic diarrea
User:in report it shows indication
Doctor:Chronic diarrhea is defined as loose stools that last for at least four weeks
User:ok what has to be done for that
Doctor:treat the underlying cause and dietary measures
Doctor:I have already suggested you all of those
User:means health supplements & diet ?
Doctor:that is right
User:ok thats it doctor bye..
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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